The Note's Must-Reads

Must Read:

Associated Press: "Bill Richardson Endorses Obama LINK

Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' Ron Claiborne: "John McCain: International Man, It's No Mystery" LINK

Politico's Jonathan Martin: "McCain aide circulates Obama/Wright video, is suspended" LINK

Politico's Kenneth P. Vogel: "McCain moves toward public financing" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Kim Murphy: "McCain, Brown discuss Iraq war" LINK

Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni and S.A. Miller: "McCain ahead in some national polls" LINK

Republicans: Giuliani:

New York Daily News' David Saltonstall: "Rudy Giuliani's failed bid at president racked up $3.1M in bills" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

ABC News' Jake Tapper and Kirit Radia: "Govt. Employees Fired for Snooping on Obama" LINK

ABC News: "Not So Black and White: Will Racial Politics Foil Obama?" LINK

New York Times' Julie Bosman: "Obama Campaign Says Clinton Misrepresented Her Support for Nafta" LINK

Associated Press' Anne Gearan: "Motive sought for Obama passport breach" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' Patrick Healy: "Clinton Treats Obama Pastor With Extreme Caution" LINK

New York Times' Kate Phillips: "Photograph of Bill Clinton and Rev. Wright Surfaces" LINK

Washington Post's Peter Baker and Karen DeYoung: "Clinton's Experience Is Debated" LINK

Newsweek's Michael Hirsh: "Hillary's Economic Hail Mary" LINK


New York Times' Brian Stelter: "I Want My Candidates to Chat With Veterans" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Janet Hook and Dan Morain: "Clinton, Obama are Wall Street darlings" LINK

Primaries: Pennsylvania:

Philadelphia Inquirer's Angela Couloumbis and Amy Worden: "More Democrats, fewer Republicans in Pennsylvania" LINK

Primaries: Michigan:

ABC News' Teddy Davis and Talal Al-Khatib: "Michigan Do-Over Primary 'Dead'" LINK

Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman: "Michigan Ends Revote Bid" LINK


Associated Press: "Obama outdoes Clinton in finance game" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Mary Jacoby: "Small Donors Take Big Role in Election" LINK

Democratic National Convention:

Los Angeles Times' DeeDee Correll: "Denver short on funds for Democratic National Convention" LINK