Election Recycling: Shock Collar Edition

mary cheney is dating karen hughesKerry, following New York Times account, accuses Bush of secretly planning to privatize Social Security: "It's a disaster for the middle class." [WP, NYT, WP, USAT, LAT, WT, BG]

Democrats concerned in wake of Mary Cheney incident and polls indicating Bush's momentum. Lockhart: "I give them credit. They lost the debate and they scrambled and they came up with the best hand they had." [NYT]

Bush over Kerry in four national surveys; consumer-sentiment slips below benchmark. BC04 stops ads in Washington, campaigns gel closing arguments. [LAT, USAT, WSJ]

Election likely to be "most litigious, lawyer-fraught" ever. Watchdog: "The unofficial theme song of this year's election seems to be the Who's 'Won't Get Fooled Again.'" [NYT]

Democrats bank on senatorial wins in South Dakota, Oklahoma, Colorado, Alaska, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Florida. [WP]

Kerry increasingly peppers speeches with spiritual language. [WP]

Kerry in final push to energize African-Americans. Brazile: "They don't have to like John Kerry as much as they have to understand that they need John Kerry and the Democrats in office to change the current dynamics." [LAT]

Candidates, spouses dispatched to Southwest. Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico make up more electoral votes than Florida. [WP]

Colorado, the unexpected battleground. Former mayor of Denver: "John Kerry didn't think it was a battleground state. All of a sudden, the lights went on." [BG]

KE04 hopes to win over Arizona. [LAT]

Divided country before election, divided country after election. [LAT]

Bulge gossip won't die. Mehlman jokes it "was one of those shock collars" that caused Bush to scowl. McAuliffe: "I honestly don't think the man is going to risk his presidency taking a transmitter into the debate." [NYT]

Cheney hidden from voters in Oregon. [WP]

Sinclair's advertising revenue could be hurt by airing anti-Kerry film. [NYT]

Jeb Bush will not seek presidential nomination in 2008. [NYT, USAT]

Cheney popped breath mint right after veep debate. [WP]

Reporters gauge reasonability of balancing critiques for both sides. Nagourney: "I don't think you should impose a false equivalence that doesn't exist." [WP]

Live tape of The Electras, Kerry's band at St. Paul's, unearthed. Guitarist: "We really tried to impress these girls." [USAT]

[AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall]


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