Election Recycling: Great! Another Process Story! Edition

now that's cruelty to children Bush leads by 13 points, Gallup finds; Pew and Harris both say race is tied. Matthew Dowd on KE04: "It doesn't look like the new consultants and strategies of attacks are the right ones." Bush confident: "I want to win. And I know we are going to win." [USAT, USAT, LAT]


Kerry, speaking to National Guardsman, says Bush lives in "fantasy world of spin" when it comes to Iraq. McCurry: "We sense that people are frustrated about the president's lack of clarity about what we're going to do in Iraq, not about service in Vietnam." [WP, NYT, WSJ, LAT, USAT, LAT, BG]

Bush rides into Minnesota, Wisconsin hoping to force KE04 to defend blue territory. Bush calls Kerry's health care plan "massive and it's big, and it puts the government in control of health care." [WP, NYT, USAT]

Federal judge orders release of all Bush-related Vietnam documents. [USAT]

Bush optimistic about Iraq despite intelligence suggesting major problems. [USAT]

McCain wants Nader on the ballot in Florida. [NYT]

BC04 attacks MoveOn ad claiming "quagmire." [NYT, USAT]

At KE04, influence shifts from Shrum, Cahill to Lockhart, Sasso, Whouley. Kerry blames Shrum, Cahill for weak SBVFT response. [WP]

Burkett, suspected CBS source, has good reputation in his conservative neighborhood. [WP]

Rather and critics settle into same roles. [NYT, WT, WT]

527s spend little, get big play. [WSJ]

Mother of soldier killed in Iraq arrested for trespassing at Laura Bush event after shouting, "Why don't your children serve?" [NYT]

Parties recruit lawyers for post-election legal fights. [WSJ]

Candidates lose facts among heated rhetoric, offer different assessments of Iraq, health care. [USAT, BG]

Campaigns think military votes will matter. [LAT]

[Kevin Lamarque/Reuters]

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