The Note's Must-Reads


2008: Kentucky & Oregon:

The New York Times' Jeff Zeleny and Patrick Healy: "Obama Expected to Hit Milestone in Tuesday's Votes" LINK

The Washington Post's Alec MacGillis: "Mail-In Voting Complicates Oregon Picture" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Nicholas Riccardi and Stuart Silverstein: "Barack Obama expects big day in Oregon and Kentucky primaries" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten: "Polls: Dems split dibs on Ky., Ore." LINK

The Hill's Aaron Blake: "Primary spotlight shifts" LINK

The Courier-Journal's Joseph Gerth: "Clinton, Obama appeal for votes - Campaigns step up efforts on eve of primary" LINK

2008: Democrats:

The Washington Post's Dan Balz: "Democrats Observe A Fragile Cease-Fire" LINK

The Washington Post's Doug Feaver: "Democratic Disunity" LINK

2008: Obama:

The Washington Post's Matthew Mosk and Michael D. Shear: "Candidates Vie to Be The Anti-Lobbyist - Obama Cites Conflicts in McCain Camp" LINK

The Washington Post's Jeffrey H. Birnbaum: "For Campaign Contributions by the Wheelbarrow, the Back Door Is Open" LINK

The Politico's Roger Simon: "Obama 'stronger,' 'better' after struggle" LINK

The Politico's Mike Allen: "Black statement conflicts with record" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozik: "Obama Courts American Indians" LINK

The Boston Globe's Foon Rhee: "Obama warns Republicans about attacking wife" LINK

The Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni: "Obama to tout delegate majority" LINK

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Sen. Obama's backers see dream ticket as nightmare" LINK

The New York Dail News' Michael Saul: "Barack Obama blasts Tennessee GOP for criticism of his wife" LINK

2008: Clinton:

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "Still After the Holy Grail" LINK

2008: McCain:

ABC News' Jake Tapper: "John McCain: Political Tightrope Walker? - Trying to Appeal to Independents While Keeping Core Republicans" LINK

The New York Times' Barry Meier and Kate Zernike: "McCain Finds a Thorny Path in Ethics Effort" LINK

The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz: "John McCain's Rapid-Fire Responders - Aides Turn the Media Rebuttal Into a Savvy Campaign Tactic" LINK

The Politico's Jim Vandehei and Josh Kraushaar: "Racial woes: GOP fails to recruit minorities" LINK

The Politico's Jonathan Martin: "McCain chief reassures donors, touts favorable numbers" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Mary Jacoby and Elizabeth Holmes: "McCain Aides Seek to Contain Lobbyist Controversy New Policy Requires Staffers to Cancel Lobbying Contracts" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Gerald F. Seib: "Right Grumbles, at McCain's Peril" LINK

The Boston Globes' Foon Rhee: "McCain addresses economy in Obama's backyard" LINK

The New York Times' Michael Luo: "Obama Talk on Iranians Draws Fire From McCain" LINK

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