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MD: Baltimore Sun: ”Focus on battlegrounds“; “Parties in final push for voters“; Washington Times: “Politics from the pulpits“; Washington Post: “Candidates Making Final Push to Break Out“; “Leaders Say They Endorsed Republican to Wake Democrats“; “Candidates Hit the Pews In Maryland Homestretch

MO: Washington Post: “Issues, Turnout Dominate Closest of Senate Races“; News-Leader.com: “Senate candidates to visit Springfield in final hours of race“; “McCaskill leads Talent in latest poll“;  AP: “Last-minute politicking for Mo. Senate“; Kansas City Star: “ELECTION COUNTDOWN: ONE DAY LEFT Supporters go into high gear“; “Busy Bush drops by to boost a Kansan“; “Hopefuls rally their troops“; St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “Obama lends a hand during campaign’s final moments“; Washington Post: “Missouri, a Forecast for Voter Misery

MT: Helena Independent Record: “Poll shows Tester slightly ahead; Burns pulls paper’s credentials“; “Early voting on pace to set record“; Washington Post: “Supporters Take to Streets to Get Burns Over the Top“; Billings Gazette: “High-tech campaigns: Democrats use rental call center to help …“; “GOP unveils get-out-the-vote plan

NJ: Asbury Park Press: “Poll: Menendez widens lead“; “Menendez reminds voters of Social Security stance“; “Kean cuts Menendez’s lead, latest survey shows“; “Seven others on ballot for Senate“; Cherry Hill Courier Post: “Busy final day for Senate candidates“; “Heavyweights stump for Senate candidates“; Washington Post: “Hispanics may swing some close elections“; New York Daily News: “Nasty Senate race in NJ is no garden party”; Philadelphia Inquirer: “Kean, Menendez keep sprinting“; Newark Star Ledger: “Now, it’s all in the hands of those voters who show up“; New York Times: “New Jersey’s Tight Senate Race Gets an Infusion of Resources

OH: Akron Beacon Journal: “Senate candidates work bases on election eve“; “Ohio Poll shows Dems winning“; “Senator knocks on doors for votes“; Columbus Dispatch: “No letup for Brown, DeWine“; AP: “Ohio Senator Attacks Upset-Minded Brown

PA: Centre Daily Times: “Santorum confident in ‘silent vote’“; Philadelphia Inquirer: “Working for votes in the waning days“; Philadelphia Daily News: “Battling down to the wire“; Washington Times: “Democrats focus on Pennsylvania“; Washington Post: “Campaigns Implore the Party Faithful To Bring Their Loyalty to the …

RI: AP: “Poll: RI Senate Race Close“; “Rhode Island race could prove critical“; Eyewitness News: “Clinton plans visit; Senate campaign reaches final hours“; “Harrah’s disavows partisan e-mail sent in RI“; Providence Journal: “RI voters by the numbers

TN: Memphis Commercial Appeal: “Senate candidates hit campaign trail early on day before election“; “Ford challenges poll“; The Tennessean: “Corker, Ford call in big guns“; Washington Post: “Underdog Ford Gets a Little Help From His Illinois Friend“; New York Sun: “Black Tenn. Senate Candidate Will Need White Voters’ Support

VA: Richmond Times Dispatch: “Allen, Webb campaign across Va.“; “Giuliani praises Allen“; ”News-7 Poll: Webb surges ahead of Allen“; AP: “Bush Stumps in Red States to Save House“; Virginian Pilot: “Coal-mining folks in Grundy cheer Webb, Democrats“; Washington Times: “Allen, Webb make their last stands in Virginia

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