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Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' Jake Tapper: "McCain Under Fire for Lobbyist Ties" LINK

New York Times' Michael Luo: "Unions Unveil McCain Attack" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Religious right leader says McCain has 'work to do' to win evangelicals" LINK

Boston Herald's Casey Ross: "McCain hints at Mitt" LINK

Salon's Mike Madden: "McCain to media: Let's stay together" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Jackie Calmes: "McCain, GOP May Have Cause for Hope" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Eyeing Obama coattails" LINK

The Patriot-News' Brett Lieberman: "Obama's campaign tries to cast him as underdog in state" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

ABC News' Jake Tapper: "Ferraro Steps Down From Clinton Campaign" LINK

Time: "How Much Did She Do?" LINK

Democrats:

ABC News' Rick Klein: "Time on Her Side: Obama Maintains Lead, but Clinton Might Have the Edge" LINK

New York Times' Patrick Healy and Jeff Zeleny: "Racial Issue Bubbles Up Again for Democrats" LINK

The Economist: "Turning nasty" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten: "Florida Dems to proceed with mail-in vote" LINK

Bloomberg: "Obama Tax Plan Stresses Inequality, Clinton Focuses on Behavior" LINK

Primaries:

Politico's Ben Smith: "Florida Democrats propose June 3 vote" LINK

Miami Herald's Lesley Clark: "Florida Democrats offer detailed revote-by-mail plan" LINK

New York Times' John M. Broder and Abby Goodnough: "Democrats Are at Odds Over Plans for 2 States" LINK

Washington Post: "Florida's Mail-In Primary Plan Opens Rifts in Washington and Tallahassee" LINK

Detroit Free Press: "Democrats propose do-over primary paid for by donors" LINK

Superdelegates:

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten: "Super-delegate tally remains slippery" LINK

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