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Stevens Dour in Final Hours of Trial Testimony Associated Press | Kind of amazing that a titan of the Senate has been testifying in his own corruption trial, and it barely makes any front pages.
How John McCain Came to Pick Sarah Palin New Yorker | A good look at how the "outsider" Palin courted the support of the conservative establishment before she was picked.
Many Holes in Disclosure of Nominees’ Health New York Times | An exhaustive look at what we know and don't know about the four nominees' health.
The Case of Colin Powell National Review | NR's editors make their case for why Powell's pro-Obama argument doesn't hold up .
McCain and Obama Get Ready for the White House Los Angeles Times | Time to think about the transition, but one side is probably a little more serious about it.
Powell’s Endorsement Puts Spotlight on His Legacy New York Times | He's worked for Reagan, both Bushes, Clinton and now maybe Obama. He's been left and right, pro- and anti-war. And yet popular almost across the board.
Democrats Bank Early Votes in Battleground States Associated Press | Votes are already coming in, and lots of them look to be for Obama.
McCain Is No Salesman on Tax Proposals Financial Times | Clive Crook wonders why the Republican hasn't done a better job touting his tax plan.
Top Senate Races Break To Dems RealClearPolitics | It's hard to find a single contest that is actually trending toward the GOP.

By Ben Pershing  |  October 20, 2008; 7:51 AM ET
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