The Note's Must-Reads

2008: McCain and Obama:

The New York Times' Julie Bosman: "No Attacks, Just an Economic Plan" LINK

The New York Times' Jackie Calmes: "Politicians Point Fingers, Assign Blame" LINK

The New York Times' Ian Urbina: "In Virginia, Large Voting Blocs for McCain and for Obama" LINK

The Washington Post's Mary Pat Flaherty: "High Turnout, New Procedures May Mean an Election Day Mess" LINK

The Politico's Alexander Burns: "Campaigns struggle to craft bailout response" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Laura Meckler and Nick Timiraos: "McCain, Obama Jockey for Position on Finance Crisis - Democrats See a New Chance to Control Debate" LINK

The Boston Globe's Scott Helman: "Votar par mi!" LINK

The Boston Globe's Jason Tuohey: "Video: Voices from the West" LINK

The Los Angeles' Nicole Gaouette: "John McCain accuses Barack Obama of scuttling immigration overhaul - The Republican's effort to court Latino voters is challenged by both sides of the issue" LINK

USA Today's David Jackson, Kathy Kiely and Matt Kelley: "Candidates' records thin on Wall Street oversight, control" LINK

USA Today's Richard Wolf: "Next president could dam up money flow to W.Va." LINK

USA Today's Cathy Lynn Grossman: "Dealing with evil: Candidates disagree" LINK

USA Today's Richard Wolf: "Analysis: Economic upheaval shakes up campaign debate" LINK

Bloomberg's Christopher Stern: "Democrats Take Republican Database Model to Target Swing Voters" LINK

The Hill's Joe Dwinell: "Polls Weigh in on Pols" LINK

The Hill / McClatchy News: "Candidates Weigh in on AIG Bailout" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Nominees battle over female vote" LINK

The Hill's Klaus Marre: "Candidates say bailout should focus on consumers" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan: "Market Creates Political Turmoil" LINK

The Associated Press' Pete Yost: "Battered Wall Street gives to Obama, McCain" LINK

2008: McCain:

The New York Times' Robin Toner and Adam Nagourney: "McCain Seen as Less Likely to Bring Change, Poll Finds" LINK

The New York Times' Larry Rohter: "McCain, on the Economy" LINK

The Washington Post's Dan Balz: "Fundamentally, McCain Has Something to Worry About" LINK

The Politico's Mike Allen: "Trump endorses McCain on Larry King" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Noam N. Levey and Maeve Reston: "John McCain can't seem to find his economic footing" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "McCain camp rips 'shocking invasion' of Palin's privacy" LINK

The Hill's Alexander Bolton: "Anxieties grow among Republicans" LINK

The Associated Press: "Biden says Wall Street woes awoke McCain to crisis" LINK

Time Magazine's Joe Klein: "John McCain and the Lying Game" LINK

The New York Sun's Russell Berman: "Top Clinton Fund-Raiser Backs McCain" LINK

2008: Obama:

The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz: "Recent Obama Ads More Negative Than Rival's, Study Says - Democrat Said to Be Facing Pressure to 'Show Some Spine'" LINK

The Washington Post's Ed O'Keefe: "Obama Invokes Rush Limbaugh in New Spanish-Language Ads" LINK

The Politico: "Final score: Obama wins the day" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Richard Fausset: "Community organizers have deep roots in democracy" LINK

The Hill's Aaron Blake: "BIPAC adds six Dems to 2008 slate" LINK

The Associated Press: "Secret Service Investigating Threats Against Obama" LINK

The Washington Times' Jack Kelly: "Obama Ticket Duress" LINK

The New York Sun's John McWhorter: "Underestimating Obama" LINK

2008: Biden:

The New York Times' John M. Broder: "Biden's Record on Race Is Scuffed by 3 Episodes" LINK

2008: Palin:

The New York Times' Elisabeth Bumiller and Patrick Healy: "Palin Plans to Visit U.N. and Join Anti-Iran Rally" LINK

The Washington Post's Michael D. Shear and Karl Vick: "Hackers Access Palin's Personal E-Mail, Post Some Online" LINK

The Boston Globe's Foon Rhee: "Palin chides Clinton over protest" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Matt Volz: "Sarah Palin inquiry is showing more signs of distress" LINK

USA Today's Cathy Lynn Grossman: "Are women suited for politics? Americans are deeply divided" LINK

The Associated Press: "Clinton avoids Palin, focuses criticism on McCain" LINK

The Associated Press: "Hackers claim break-in to Palin's Yahoo e-mail account" LINK

The Associated Press' Beth Fouhy: "Clinton Avoids Palin, Focuses Criticism on McCain" LINK

The Washington Times' Kara Rowland: "Hackers Break into Palin E-mails" LINK

Time Magazine's Karen Tumulty: "Maxed Out Moms" LINK

The New York Sun's Staff Reporter: "Palin E-Mails Hacked" LINK