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Must Read:

ABC News: "The City That Loves You Back" LINK

Polls:

Washington Post's Dan Balz and Jon Cohen: "Democrats Willing to Let Battle Continue" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Janet Hook: "Hillary Clinton loses traction over Barack Obama in Pennsylvania, Indiana" LINK

Philadelphia Daily News' Catherine Lucey: "New Daily News poll shows Obama closing in on Clinton" LINK

Republicans: McCain:

ABC News' Teddy Davis and Talal Al-Khatib: "McCain Rewrites History on 'Rogue-State Rollback'" LINK

New York Times' Michael Cooper: "McCain Outlines Broad Proposals for U.S. Economy" LINK

Washington Post's Michael D. Shear and Jonathan Weisman: "McCain's Plan for Working Class Offers Plenty for Corporate World" LINK

Associated Press' Tom Raum: "McCain's economic plan samples from Dems and GOP" LINK

Washington Times' Joseph Curl: "McCain channeling all his luck toward 2008 race" LINK

Boston Herald's Jay Fitzgerald: "McCain 'tax holiday' panned as gas prices soar" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' Nicholas Confessore: "Clinton for Governor? Democrats Dismiss Rumblings" LINK

Washington Post's Libby Copeland: "Keystone Speaker" LINK

Philadelphia Inquirer's Thomas Fitzgerald: "Fighting on: Clinton leads in state polls, but with a delegate deficit, she's in scrappy mode. LINK

USA Today's David Jackson: "Clinton turns attention to Bush" LINK

Associated Press: "Clinton sketches first 100 days, Obama vows to help workers" LINK

Boston Globe's Scott Helman: "Old don't buy rival, says Bill Clinton" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

Wall Street Journal's Nick Timiraos and Amy Chozick: "Obama Stresses His Roots To Deflect 'Elitist' Tag" LINK

USA Today's Ken Dilanian: "Obama has ties to lobbyists despite boasts of not taking their money" LINK

Chicago Tribune's Mike Dorning: "Obama works on appeal to working-class voters" LINK

Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni and Stephen Dinan: "Obama ad hits ties of Clinton, lobbyists" LINK

Democrats:

New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: "Fight Leaves Democrats Questioning Prospects" LINK

Bloomberg's Heidi Przybyla: "Obama Leads in 2 States; Clinton Holds Pennsylvania (Update1)" LINK

Philadelphia Inquirer's Larry Eichel and Amy Worden: "Candidates' showdown here tonight" LINK

Politico's Roger Simon: "People who cling to guns vote, too" LINK

Superdelegates:

Wall Street Journal's Sara Murray: "Trio in College May Hold Key Votes for Democrats" LINK

Senate:

Politico's Daniel W. Reilly: "Specter has recurrence of Hodgkin's disease" LINK

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