Election Recycling: Sound-Bite Lady Edition

insert kerry penis joke here E minus 8 Kerry picks apart Bush's suggestion that national security is "up in the air." BC04 to roll out final, 60-second ad touting president's leadership. Bush: " I think you're going to find that there's a lot of interesting states that some have not considered to be in play, in play," such as Michigan and Hawaii. Rallying his base, Bush offers "record of reform and a record of results" while Kerry is increasingly positive to target specific audiences, discusses faith as "values to live by." [WP, NYT, USAT, WSJ, LAT, BG, WT]


Some U.N. ambassadors deny they met with Kerry before vote to authorize force, as Kerry has claimed; he talked to some members individually. [WT]

Clinton joins trail today, hits Pennsylvania, Florida. [NYT]

Republicans nearly certain to hold majorities in House. Analyst: "There's not a chance in the world, I don't think, of the House turning over." [WP]

A day on the campaign trail, to the theme of "Top Gun" and "Air Force One" for BC04, "Beautiful Day" for KE04. [USAT]

Kerry builds regular, tough guy image. Strategist: "If you try to communicate too many things, you end up communicating nothing." [LAT]

Giuliani to campaign for Bush in final days. [WT]

Gore encourages blacks in Florida to turnout: "Turn all of that energy and all of these feelings into a nonstop effort between now and the time the polls close at 7 p.m. on November 2." [WP, NYT]

Scorn, major damage would be caused by disputed election. Scholar: "How can we run a foreign policy. . . arguing that we are the shining example of what it means to be a democratic government when on the most basic element of democracy, the casting and counting of votes, we get it wrong twice in a row?" [LAT]

E-voting still under heavy scrutiny for reliability, security; election expected to be more accurate than 2000, which saw 1.9m disqualified ballots. [WP, USAT, WT]

It's do-or-die for Diebold. [WSJ]

Hughes: "I'm the sound-bite lady, I guess." [NYT]

MoveOn PAC runs ad about Robertson comment. [LAT]

Voters to decide on 163 ballot measures in 34 states, including hot topics such as gay marriage and funding of stem-cell research. [WSJ]

Candidates at least mention goal of energy independence. [NYT]

Race in New Mexico overshadowed by ballot issues. [WP]

Nevada receives surprising attention from campaigns: "The attention this state is getting is just incredible." [NYT]

Undecideds holding out. [NYT]

Campaigns look at same economy and see different picture; polls trending in Bush's favor though 52% continue to believe economy is heading into trouble. [WSJ]

Bush's response to 9/11 tipped scale of Muslim voters to Kerry [WP]

Hispanics will not be voting as a bloc. [BG]

Partisan anxiety reaches fevered pitch. The New Yorker makes its first endorsement; The Nation's circulation has nearly doubled under Bush. [WP, WP]

Bookers scurry to find interviewees. [NYT]

DeVito, Sheen, Hartnett, DiCaprio, Alfre Woodard, Sharon Stone, Julianna Margulies, and stars of "The O.C." volunteer for KE04. [LAT]

[AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian]

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