The Note's Must-Reads

2008: Obama and McCain:

ABC News' Lauren Sher: "Final Pitch: Candidates Make Their Cases" LINK

ABC News' Julia Hoppock: "Obama, McCain Sprint To The Finish" LINK

The New York Times' Kate Phillips: "The Last Minute, Anti-Obama Ad Blitz" LINK

The New York Times' Adam Nagourney: "The '08 Race: A Sea Change for Politics as We Know It" LINK

The New York Times' Jeff Zeleny and Elisabeth Bumiller: "Nominees Pack in Visits to G.O.P. - Leaning States as Campaign Closes" LINK

The Hill's Sam Youngman: "Short Election Night May End Marathon Campaign" LINK

The Washington Times' Christina Bellantoni and Joseph Curl: "Time to decide" LINK

2008: McCain:

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "Where's Whatshisname the Electrician?" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's John McCain: "What We're Fighting For " LINK

The New York Post's'Brendan Scott: "McCain Down In New Polls" LINK

The Boston Globe's James F. Smith: "How McCain can pull it off" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Maeve Reston: "McCain's End-Of-Campaign Marathon" LINK

Newsweek Magazine's Keith Naughton: "Death of a Battleground; How McCain let Michigan go blue" LINK

The Washington Times' Stephen Dinan and Ralph Z. Hallow: "All eyes on Pennsylvania as bellwether of McCain's fate" LINK

2008: Palin:

ABC News' Imtiyaz Delawala and Kate Snow: "Palin's Family Physician Says She's In "Excellent Health""LINK

The New York Times' William Yardley and Serge F. Kovaleski: "Report Backs Palin in Firing of Commissioner" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Seema Mehta: "Palin Back To Basics On Image, Economy" LINK

2008: Obama:

ABC News' Tahman Bradley: "Obama's Grandmother's Absentee Ballot Will Be Counted By State Of Hawaii"

The Washington Post's Dan Balz: "Polls Show Obama With Clear Advantage" LINK

The New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: "Obama Pays tribute to His Grandmother After She Dies" LINK

The Washington Post's Shailagh Murray and Robert Barnes: "The Final Push - For Obama, Grandmother's Death Casts Pall on Optimistic Election Eve" LINK

The Hill's Lauren Vernon: "Obama Wraps Up Campaign In Virginia " LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozick: "Obama Aims to Maximize Black Turnout" LINK

Bloomberg's Christopher Stern: "Obama Counts On Text Messages To Drive Turnout of Youth, Blacks" LINK

Time Magazine's Stephen Gandel: "Which Stocks Would Soar Under an Obama Presidency?" LINK

2008: Biden:

The New York Times' John M. Broder: "Election Eve: Biden's Final Bouts" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Robin Abcarian: "Joe Biden Gets To The Point: 'We Need A Wise Leader'" LINK

2008: Voters and Voting:

ABC News' George Stephanopoulos: "What If The Polls Are Wrong?" LINK

The Washington Post's Anita Kumar: "NAACP Election Suit Unsuccessful in VA" LINK

The Washington Post's Mary Pat Flaherty: "Voters, Officials Expected to Face a Few Challenges" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's June Kronholz And Christopher Cooper: "Campaigns and Voters Head to Polls for the Finale" LINK

Politico's Kenneth P. Vogel: "Thriller In Wasilla: Town Abuzz Over Election" LINK

Politico's Alexander Burns: "Final Score: A Win For The Voters" LINK

Bloomberg's Kristin Jensen: "McCain-Obama Race May Be Decided Early; Watch Virginia's Vote" LINK

The Boston Herald's Joe Dwinell: "Pollsters Put Down Pens, Defer To Voters" LINK

The Washington Times' Bill O'Reilly: "Voters' fear factor" LINK

The Washington Times' Ben Conery: "Justice watches for voter fraud, intimidation" LINK

2008: Election Day:

The New York Times' Jacques Steinberg: "Networks May Call Race Before Voting Is Complete" LINK

The New York Times' Katharine Q. Seelye: "Election Night (Popcorn Included)" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak, Maeve Reston and Michael Finnegan: "U.S. Is On The Verge Of History"LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Matea Gold: "Networks Vow To Be Patient, To A Point, In Projecting Presidential Winner"LINK

Politico's Alexander Burns: "The Undeniably Exciting Aura Of '08" LINK

Time Magazine's Mark Halperin: "Mark Halperin's Five Things to Watch on Election Day" LINK

Time Magazine's Sean Gregory: "The Networks' Formula for Calling the Election Winner" LINK

2008: Congressional Races:

The Washington Post's Paul Kane: "Congressional Republicans Work To Thwart Democratic Gains" LINK

The Washington Times' David R. Sands: "House may tilt right with Democratic wins" LINK

2008: Third Party Candidates:

Time Magazine's Nathan Thornburgh: "Could Third-Party Candidates Be Spoilers This Time?" LINK

The Washington Post's Steven A. Holmes: "Nader Hoping to Bring In His Most Votes Ever" LINK