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Stevens Trial Comes to Halt With New Evidence Fight Anchorage Daily News | The prosecution's case against Ted Stevens may be in trouble.
So Why's Huck An Early '12 Frontrunner? The Atlantic: Marc Ambinder | It's never too early to start thinking about 2012, particularly Mike Huckabee's future chances.
Senate Passes Bailout Plan; House May Vote by Friday New York Times | After watching what the House did, Senate neatly avoids being described as "failure" or "disaster."
CBS Poll: Obama Widens Lead Over McCain CBS News | Survey gives Obama as big a lead -- 9 points -- as he's had this week.
McCain Campaign Insinuates Bias by Ifill ABC News: Political Punch | Is McCain setting up a convenient excuse in case Palin does badly tonight?
The Cell Phone Polling Gap: An Artificially "Close" Race? Huffington Post | Might the "cell phone gap" cancel out "the Bradley effect"? How could we possibly know the answer?
CNN Polls Show Obama Gaining in Battleground States CNN | Five swing states, five Obama leads, including in Nevada and (barely) Missouri.

By Ben Pershing  |  October 2, 2008; 7:47 AM ET
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