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AZ-5: The Hill: ”Hayworth goads Mr. Nice Guy into fight in Arizona-5

CO-4 (Musgrave v. Paccione): The Denver Post: “4th CD hopefuls conduct civil debate

CT-2 (Simmons v. Courtney): New York Times: “In Democrats’ Haven, Connecticut Republican Faces Fight

CT-4 (Shays v. Farrell): Washington Post: “Support for War Hurts Incumbent“; Boston Globe: “Farrell courts Hispanic voters in tight race

FL-13 (Buchanan v. Jennings): New York Times: “Bush Finding Welcome Mats as G.O.P. Looks for an Edge

FL-13 (Buchanan v. Jennings), 16 (Negron v. Mahoney), 22 (Shaw v. Klein): The Hill: “Trio of linked districts could make Florida pivotal to House takeover

KY-4 (Davis v. Lucas): AP: “Dual scandals could affect Kentucky House race: GOP troubles could make this race tough for incumbent

MN-1 (Gutknecht v. Walz): Minneapolis Star Tribune: “Civility takes brief break in First District debate“; Minnesota Public Radio: “Gutknecht facing tough challenge from Walz

NC-11: The Hill: “Taylor still holds land

NM-1: The Albuquerque Tribune: “Wilson, Madrid debate doesn’t sway voters

NY-20: Adirondack Daily Enterprise: “Mudslinging is a hallmark of Sweeney-Gillibrand House race

NY-24 (Meier v. Arcuri), 26 (Reynolds v. Davis): Los Angeles Times: “GOP Fear Coattails of Clinton-Spitzer Duo

NY-26: Democrat and Chronicle: “For Davis, ads replace glad-handing: ‘Anti-campaigner’ tries to limit his face time

OH-15 (Pryce v. Kilroy): The Hill: “GOP incumbents use tough underdog tactics“;

OH-18: The Hill: “‘Ghost of Bob Ney’ — and Democrats in person — haunt Padgett in Ohio-18

PA-10: Philadelphia Daily News: “Poll: Affair, alleged abuse could cost GOP seat

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