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MD: Baltimore Examiner: “The Baltimore Examiner endorses Steele in Md. US Senate race“; AP: “Poll Shows Tightening Senate Race in Md.“; “Arizona, Maryland Senate Races Targeted“;  Baltimore Sun: “Black vote is expected to be deciding factor“; “Steele cuts Cardin’s lead nearly in half“; Washington Times: “Steele gains key support beneath the surface in PG“; “Stem-cell issue gains momentum in homestretch“; Bloomberg: “Steele Fights Maryland’s Anti-Republican Tide With TV-Star Turn“;

MO: MyFox Saint Louis: “Convention, Mehlman, McCaskill On The Stump“; “McCaskill Tries To Use Bush Visit Against Talent“; News-Leader.com: “Hunters back McCaskill“; Kansas City Star: “McCaskill tries to use Bush visit against Talent“; Opinion Journal: “Beating around the Bush

MT: Billings Gazette: “Bush arrives in Billings“; “Cheney applauds Burns at Kalispell rally“; “Texan’s donation buys last-minute anti-Tester ads“; “1,000s get tickets to see Bush as president begins 3-day blitz“; “Burns, Tester tax positions put in perspective” ; Helena Independent Record: “Truth elusive in Senate race tax talk“; “Vice president stumps for Burns“; Washington Post: “In Montana, a Tax-Driven Comeback

NJ: AP: “Kean, Menendez draw on star power as US Senate race draws down“; Cherry Hill Courier Post: “Kennedy joins rally to back Menendez“; “Kean outraged by Kerry comment“; The Jersey Journal: “Obama in Hoboken for Menendez at 5“; “Party, not candidate, to decide Senate race“; Newark Star Ledger: “The registers keep ringing in Jersey’s costly Senate race“; “A 2-man race for Senate? Not quite“; “Kean draws flak on support from right“; New York Times: “Undecided Voters Hold Key to Senate Race in New Jersey

OH: Cleveland Plain Dealer: “DeWine touts work on behalf of NASA Glenn“; AP: “Poll: Ohioans confused on ballot issues, races

PA: AP: “Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge stumps for Santorum in Philly“; Wilkes Barre Times-Leader: “Minuteman group endorses Santorum at stop in WB“; Philadelphia Daily News: “Santorum, GOP hope this gives them an issue“; Philadelphia Inquirer: “Young voters follow the trends“; “A tactic with a familiar ring: Santorum, Weldon and Sherwood turn …” ; “Kerry’s gaffe jolts Santorum, Casey

RI: AP: “Staffer Admits Sending E-Mail From Senate Computer“; Providence Journal: “Chafee taps his fortune again“; “Lincoln Chafee: Performance you can trust in the Senate

TN: Nashville City Paper: “New Reuters/Zogby poll has Corker with 10-point lead“; “Ford cautiously works around Kerry remarks“; “Corker puts more than $1 million more into own race“; AP: “Outsiders spend big on Senate race here“; Memphis Commercial Appeal: “Clinton rallies the Democratic faithful for Ford’s Senate bid“; “Washington, not Memphis, is Ford’s kinda town“; “Corker pumps cash, triggers ‘millionaire clause’“; Knoxville News Sentinel (subscription): “Corker suggests it might be time for Rumsfeld to quit

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