Election Recycling: Taste of Kerry-McCain Edition

sucking Bush, Kerry commemorate desegregation ruling during separate events in Topeka. [WP and NYT and LAT and USAT]


Kerry, under pressure from Nader, talks about Iraq: "It's a dangerous situation. You have to give the president some room to get things done, but if he doesn't do what he has to do. It's a very difficult thing, but I think the president has to lead. Really lead." Calls for withdrawal increase from the left. [NYT and WSJ]

Matthew Dowd: "I have no idea where it will end up, but all the president's numbers have to move is plus or minus five or six. . . which can easily happen, because of events. If his approval numbers move above 50, it's very difficult to lose. If his numbers move below 40, it's very difficult to win. Those are facts." Dowd says rating is unlikely to fall unless Bush loses Republican support. [WT]

Kerry, with Dean, seeks to secure Oregon from Kucinich, Nader. [LAT and BG]

Bush's handling of high gas prices criticized by Democrats and business leaders; Democratic Senators call for use of Strategic Petroleum Reserve. [WP]

Unlike Gore, Kerry wins the hearts and checkbooks of professors. [BG]

Kerry-Clark offers taste of Kerry-McCain. [BG]

Bush leads in negative ads, but liberal 527s equalize the difference. [USAT]

[AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall]

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