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MD: AP: “Michael J. Fox Makes Stem Cell Vote Push”; Washington Post: “GOP Heavyweights Help With Steele’s Fundraising”; “Rush Limbaugh On the Offensive Against Ad With Michael J. Fox”; “A Sense of Service Sustained by Family, Faith”; Baltimore Sun: “Race is tight for control of U.S. Senate”; “Watching Maryland’s amazing race for the U.S. Senate”; Washington Times: “Michael Steele for U.S. Senate


MO: Reuters: “Anger at Washington boosts Democrat in Missouri”; New York Post: “Rush to judgment on ‘faker’

MT: Montana Forum: “Analysis: Burns’ efforts have steered cash to state”; Clark Fork Chronicle: “Burns, Tester agree: Review post-burn, reauthorize stable payments, manage forest health“; New York Post: “Comeback in Montana”; Seattle Times: “Montana is unlikely front in battle for the Senate

NJ: New York Times: “Candidates in New Jersey Try to Show a Softer Side”; UPI: “N.J. Italians miffed over political ad”; “Menendez has more to spend in final weeks”; “Big guns add more ammo to Senate race”; Philadelphia Inquirer: “Kean plays defense, with father on offense”; Cherry Hill Courier Post: “Menendez urges Iraq pullback”; “Keans team up in Mount Holly”; Trenton Times: “War in Iraq defines


OH: Cincinnati Enquirer: “Local bipartisanship: Price Hill store hosts DeWine, Brown”; Cleveland Plain Dealer: “DeWine says Brown didn’t help DFAS effort


PA: Scranton Times-Tribune: “NRA lends ammo to Santorum”; Philadelphia Daily News: “Santorum suspends part of TV ad campaign”; AP: “News in brief from the campaign trail in Pennsylvania”; Pittsburgh Post Gazette: “Santorum touts gun stand”; Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: “Campaign trail is a zoo”; Patriot-News: “Casey followed dad in his desire to serve

RI: Reuters: “Republican Party’s Liberal Senator in Danger”; TheDay: “In Flurry Of New Ads, R.I. Senate Candidates, Supporters, Strike Out”; Providence Journal: “Schumer boosts Whitehouse”; “Chafee calls ads misleading”;  “Froma Harrop: Chafee vs. Whitehouse: Purely about party

TN: AP: “NAACP: Tenn. Senate Ad Plays to Racism”; Washington Post: “A Contentious Campaign in a Battleground State”; Chattanooga Times Free Press: “Haslam sends fundraising letter for Corker”; Ashland City Times: “’I was there,’ Ford says of Playboy party”; Knoxville News Sentinel (subscription): “Corker, Ford stump today in Knoxville”; Robertson County Times: “GOP, not Corker, calls the shots in campaign”; Gallatin News Examiner: “Ford: U.S. should consider talks with N. Korea

VA: Washington Post: “With 2 Weeks to Go, Allen, Webb Ad Blitz Hits a Higher Gear”; Richmond Times Dispatch: “Wilder to endorse Webb”; “Senate hopefuls launch new ads”; “Ballot glitch concerns Democrats”; Washington Times: “National parties add mud to sling”;

Virginian Pilot: “Webb, Allen court Hispanic, white-collar voters in N. Va.

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