Election Recycling: Cartoonish and Childish Edition

that one about the WMDs cracks him up every time Bush "absolutely" would land on carrier again. Kerry: "I will never be a president who just says, 'Mission Accomplished.' I will get the mission accomplished." [WP, LAT, BG]


Strong rhetoric, intense commercials lead to first debate. Carville, Dowd agree pressure is on Kerry; operatives play expectations game. [NYT, WT, USAT]

501c groups, governed by IRS not FEC, have less disclosure requirements than 527s; source of funds and expenditures remain secret. [WP]

Heightened domestic security to continue through inauguration: "the new normalcy." State officials on notice. [WP, WP]

Range of government proposals postponed until after election; politics suspected: "The president should drive the message and we should be reinforcing that. Hopefully we'll be able to do that for the next 60 days. After that, there's a very full plate of issues to be addressed." [NYT, NYT]

Powell says Iraq is getting worse: "We have seen an increase in anti-Americanism in the Muslim world." [WP]

Crowds at Cheney events tired of foreign policy, seek answers to domestic and social problems. [NYT]

Examination of Bush's Guard term shows he excelled, then disappeared. [LAT]

Kerry doesn't own assault rifle, despite claim. [NYT]

Kennedy to hit Bush on Iraq today: "The war in Iraq has made the mushroom cloud more likely, not less likely." [WT, BG]

Ten toughest things to do during a presidential campaign. [USAT]

Kerry increasingly refers to Senate years. [USAT]

Amendment in Colorado could create Florida-level legal battle. [USAT]

Critics say Cheney blurs line on Iraq, al Qaeda. Feldman: "I don't think it's an accident. I don't think it's a slip of the tongue." [LAT]

Kerry's lead in Oregon has narrowed. [LAT]

Bush, Kerry had same oratory teacher and debate coach at Yale. Karen Hughes: "He actually gave me a lecture once." [NYT]

Study finds network newscasts portray Kerry favorably, less so on Fox News' "Special Report." [WP]

Ballots in some battlegrounds open to voters. [WSJ]

Voters in Ohio annoyed by campaign ads. "Windsufing" most memorable, but says one Kerry supporter, "It was so cartoonish and childish and elementary that it was insulting. [USAT]

Minnesota swings. Devine: "We consider it a principal battleground." [WSJ]

Georgetown residents like their local connection to Kerry, Edwards. [LAT][AP Photo/Bill Haber]

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