The Note's Must-Reads

2008: Democrats:

ABC News' Karen Travers, Tahman Bradley and Talal Al-Khatib: "Voting Day #17 - Hoosiers, Tar Heels, Primaries, Oh My!" LINK

The New York Times' Adam Nagourney: "For Two Primaries, Several Scenarios" LINK

The New York Times' Monica Davey: "Presidential Primary Is Casting a Long Shadow in Indiana" LINK

The Washington Post's Shailagh Murray and Perry Bacon Jr.: "Two Candidates, Two States and One Big Day" LINK

The Washington Post's Dan Balz: "Eight Questions About Today's Primaries" LINK

The Washington Post's Eli Saslow: "Who's More Red, White and Blue-Collar?" LINK

The Washington Post's Libby Copeland: "Middletown, Teetering On the Divide" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak: "Indiana may feel coattail effect in fall" LINK

USA Today's Jill Lawrence: "Young voters poised to flex voting muscle" LINK

USA Today's Kathy Kiely: "Reid: Nomination will be settled days after last primary" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten and Martha T. Moore: "Candidates rely on family to help get message out" LINK

The Washington Times' Gary Andres: "Voters up for grabs" LINK

The Hill's Manu Raju: "Reid diverges from Pelosi on superdelegate decision" LINK

The Boston Herald's Dave Wedge: "Hillary Clinton climbs Barack into race" LINK

2008: Obama:

ABC News' Terry Moran and Melinda Arons: "Obama Heats Up Indiana, North Carolina Primaries" LINK

The Washington Times' Michael Barone: "Wright flap's toll on polls" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Poll: Obama still tainted by his pastor" LINK

The New York Times' Michael Powell and Jeff Zeleny: "Tagged as Elitist, Obama Shifts Campaign From High-Flown to Folksy" LINK

The New York Times' Steven Greenhouse: "Teamsters Union Defends Its Endorsement of Obama" LINK

The Politico's Ben Smith: "Anti-abortion group vs. Obama" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Sara Murray: "Will Exams Cost Obama Student Votes?" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Peter Nicholas: "Barack Obama is pushing a regular-guy image" LINK

The Baltimore Sun's Paul West and David Nitkin: "2 Md. leaders endorse Obama" LINK

2008: Clinton:

ABC News' Rick Klein and Sarah Amos: "Bill Clinton's Small-Town Success - Self-Described 'Rural Hit Man' Powers Support for Wife's Campaign" LINK

The New York Times' Jodi Kantor: "With Right Props and Stops, Clinton Transforms Into Working-Class Hero" LINK

The New York Times' Julie Bosman: "As Votes Near, a Fast Pace for Bill Clinton" LINK

The Politico's Charles Mahtesian and David Mark: "Clinton fate hangs in the balance" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Noam N. Levy: "An energized Hillary Clinton strikes a populist tone" LINK

The Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni: "Clinton campaign retools delegate math" LINK

The New York Sun's Julie Satow: "Clinton Attacks Wall Street" LINK

The Hill's Klaus Marre: "Clinton seeks to lower expectations" LINK

The Boston Herald's Margery Eagan: "Pantsuits aside, Clinton's looking better than ever" LINK

2008: Gas Tax:

The New York Times' Damien Cave: "States Get In on the Calls for a Gas Tax Holiday" LINK

Bloomberg's Catherine Dodge: "Obama, Clinton Put Gasoline Tax at Center of Primary Debate" LINK

The Washington Times' editorial: "Gas tax suspension offers no relief" LINK

The Washington Times' editorial: "The rise and fall of ethanol" LINK

The Associated Press' David Espo: "On eve of Indiana, N.C., Clinton, Obama duel on gas prices" LINK

2008: McCain:

Bloomberg's Ken Fireman: "McCain Would Evict Medvedev From G-8, Push Russia on Democracy" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "McCain courts Hispanic voters" LINK

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "McCain courts right wing" LINK

2008: Republicans:

The Washington Post's Garance Franke-Ruta: "Paul Campaign Never Ended, Spokesman Says" LINK

The Politico's Roger Simon: "GOP seeks order to primary chaos" LINK