The Note's Must-Reads

2008: West Virginia:

ABC News' Jennifer Parker: "Clinton Wins Big in West Virginia Primary, Solidly Defeating Sen. Barack Obama" LINK

ABC News' Gary Langer: "EXIT POLLS: The Race Factor in West Virginia - One-Third of Whites Citing Race in Vote Would Support Obama Over McCain" LINK

The New York Times' Patrick Healy: "Clinton Beats Obama Handily in West Virginia" LINK

The Washington Post's Dan Balz: "Clinton Handily Defeats Obama in West Virginia - Victory Does Little to Tighten the Delegate Race" LINK

The Politico's Roger Simon: "Hillary wins — does anybody care?" LINK

The Politico's David Mark: "Women, churchgoers fuel Clinton win" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Jackie Calmes: "Clinton's Win Brings Little Reward - Delegates Gained In West Virginia Offset by Obama" LINK

The Boston Globes' Scott Helman: "Clinton crushes Obama in W.Va. - Touts her electability in the swing states; But dynamics don't change in nominating contest" LINK

The Boston Globes' Sasha Issenberg: "W.Va. Clinton fans want her to stay and fight" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak and Faye Fiore: "Clinton wins by a landslide in West Virginia" LINK

USA Today's Susan Page: "W.Va. blowout bolsters Clinton's resolve" LINK

Bloomberg's Laura Litvan and Karen Leigh: "Clinton's Wide Margin in West Virginia Won't Cut Obama's Lead" LINK

Time Magazine's Michael Grunwald: "Should Obama Worry About W.VA?" LINK

The New York Sun's Russel Berman: "Clinton Woos Party Elders After W. Virginia Landslide" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Clinton coasts to win in West Virginia" LINK

The New York Post's Charles Hurt: "Moutain Landslide for Hope-less Hill – W. VA. Win is Meaningless" LINK

The New York Daily News' David Saltonstall: "No surprise: Hillary wins West Virginia" LINK

Tom Searls: "Hillary racks up big win - Observers still see Obama as nominee" LINK

2008: Democrats:

The Washington Post's Jose Antonio Vargas: "It's Finals Time For Student Superdelegates" LINK

2008: Obama:

The New York Times' Jim Rutenberg: "'Almost Nominee' Status Keeps Obama in Limbo" LINK

The Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman and Michael D. Shear: "Obama, McCain Aim to Curb '527s'" LINK

The Politico's Ben Smith: "Obama defeat shows need for coalition" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Jackie Calmes: "Obama May Have His Work Cut - Out for Him to Draw Independents" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Douglas Belkin: "Obama Has to Start From Scratch in Michigan State's Democrats Remain Polarized; An Economic Focus" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Christopher Cooper and Kara Scannell: "Obama to Receive Endorsement Of 3 Former SEC Chairmen" LINK

2008: Clinton:

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "This Is an Ex-Candidate" LINK

The Washington Post's Chris Cillizza: "Clinton: Not Going Anywhere Anytime Soon" LINK

The Boston Globes' Michal Regunberg: "Sexism - stoked by the media" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Dan Morain: "Hillary Clinton may need Barack Obama's help with her campaign debt" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten: "Repaying debt hard for losing side" LINK

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Clinton was brain behind the war room" LINK

2008: McCain:

The New York Times' Laurie Goodstein: "McCain Backer Regrets Comments on Catholics" LINK

The New York Times' Elisabeth Bumiller: "Stumping on Climate, McCain Faults Bush" LINK

The Washington Post's Michael D. Shear: "McCain Backer Apologizes For Anti-Catholic Remarks" LINK

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

Elizabeth Holmes and Suzanne Sataline: "Pastor Backing McCain Apologizes to Catholics" LINK

The Boston Globes' Jeff Jacoby: "McCain's Supreme wrongheadedness" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Maeve Reston: "Pastor John Hagee says he's sorry for anti-Catholic remarks" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Mary Jacoby and Glenn R. Simpson: "McCain Consultant Is Tied To Work for Ukraine Party Political Group Had Opposed Pro-Western Bloc" LINK

2008: Libertarians: Bob Barr:

The New York Times' Michael Luo: "In the Tracks of Ron Paul, a Candidate Goes Forth" LINK