The Note's Must-Reads

2008: West Virginia:

The Washington Post's Peter Slevin and Anne E. Kornblut: "For Obama, the General Election Is Calling - With Clinton Poised To Win W.Va., He Turns To Battleground States" LINK

The Politico's Ben Smith: "Trouble at the polls in West Virginia?" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozik: "Obama Braces for West Virginia Setback" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Faye Fiore: "In West Virginia, women for Hillary Clinton haven't (quite) given up the dream" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Scott Martelle and Faye Fiore: "In West Virginia, Hillary Clinton makes a day of it while Barack Obama drops by" LINK

The Washington Times' Andrea Billups: "Obama not at home in W.Va." LINK

The West Virginia Charleston Gazette's Tom Searls: "Obama pushes for new GI Bill - Ill. senator predicts state will go for Clinton" LINK

The West Virginia Charleston Gazette's Sarah K. Winn: "Hillary ends whirlwind tour of state - Clinton pushes health care, end to war, education" LINK

2008: Democrats:

The New York Times' Mike McIntire and Michael Luo: "Legal but Controversial, It Helped Get Out the Vote" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's June Kronholz: "Carrying Fight Into Convention Can Bruise Party in November" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Stephanie Simon: "Democrats' Colorado Dilemmas" LINK

USA Today's Susan Page: "Democrats say let the contest go on" LINK

The Hill's J. Taylor Rushing: "Sens. laugh off, ponder, downplay veep chances" LINK

2008: Obama:

The New York Times' Larry Rohter: "Confronting Questions, Obama Assures Jews of His Support" LINK

The New York Times' Adam Nossiter: "Republicans Use Obama as Weapon in House Contest in Mississippi" LINK

The Washington Post's Kevin Merida: "Racist Incidents Give Some Obama Campaigners Pause" LINK

The Washington Post's Rosalind S. Helderman: "Johnson Switches Sides Again, Endorses Obama" LINK

The Politico's David Mark: "Obama's long country road" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Gerald F. Seib: "The Silver Lining in Obama's Slog" LINK

2008: Clinton:

The New York Times' Patrick Healy: "Clinton Running Hard in Campaign's Last Laps" LINK

The Boston Herald's Lauren Beckham Falcone: "Setting a tone: Hillary lightens up wardrobe as race winds down" LINK

2008: McCain:

The New York Times' Elisabeth Bumiller and John M. Broder: "McCain Differs With Bush on Climate Change" LINK

The Washington Post's Juliet Eilperin: "McCain Breaks With Bush on Climate Policy" LINK

The Politico's Roger Simon: "For McCain, distance from Bush is key" LINK

The Politico's Jonathan Martin: "McCain pushes environmental policy" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Susan Davies: "A House Race Holds Clues for GOP Loss in Mississippi, Following 2 Others, Would Signal Trend" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Power and Laura Meckler: "McCain Picks Climate Words With Delicacy Tough Warming Talk Softens on Matter Of Foreign Penalties" LINK

The Boston Globe's Foon Rhee: "McCain speaks on global warming" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Maeve Reston: "John McCain outlines a plan to tackle global warming" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan and Joseph Curl: "Cindy McCain lags with public image" LINK

The Hill's Aaron Blake: "GOP strives to avert Miss. train wreck" LINK

2008: Libertarians: Bob Barr:

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "A Spoiler, by Way of the Dairy Case" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Susan Davies: "Bob Barr Announces Run as Libertarian, Offers Criticism of Both Major Parties" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Johanna Neuman: "Bob Barr, a former GOP congressman, is running for president as a Libertarian" LINK

USA Today's David Jackson: "Barr announces '08 bid for the White House" LINK

The Washington Times' Ralph Z. Hallow: "Barr to woo Libertarian base for funds" LINK