Election Recycling: Voters Go Blank Edition

who_is_he_trying_to_kid Battleground poll: Bush, 43 percent, Kerry, 41 percent; Bush approval at 50 percent. [WT]

Kerry, at Rainbow/PUSH, promises broader access to colleges for minorities: "Well, I say, the most pessimistic thing that you can say is that we can't do better in the United States of America." [NYT and WP and LAT and BG and USAT]

Kerry faced with decision of paying off his personal loan to the campaign with campaign contributions or with his own income. [NYT and LAT]

Cheney booed at Yankee Stadium. [NYT]

Some Republicans think Ashcroft is too polarizing, may not return for second term; complains that he focuses on his own agenda. [NYT]

Kerry on releasing his divorce records: "I have no intention of doing that at all. There's no reason whatsoever. It's history, ancient history." [LAT]

Pollster Peter Hart: "Behind John Kerry's name right now is a huge question mark. He's going to need a very firm handshake with the American people." At a focus group of military families, "voters go blank when asked to identify Mr. Kerry with any issue." [WSJ]

Teresa speaks of "very sad day" when her first husband died. [BG]

Kerry's decision not to cross picket line shows long-term focus on victory, writes Glen Johnson. [BG]

Laura Bush campaigns for a second term doing "the hardest unpaid job in the world." [USAT]

Conservative groups allegedly violated election regulations by their methods of helping Nader; Groups admit helping, deny wrongdoing. [LAT]

ACT under fire for door-to-door practices. [WT]

Conservatives reeling, unsure how to knock "Fahrenheit 9/11." [WSJ]

Democrats concerned about picketing during convention. [NYT]

Electronic voting in dire need of repairs. [NYT and WT]

Parties embrace MTV, Comedy Central, internet for convention coverage, but "The idea that someone wants to go online to participate in the convention is dubious." [WSJ]

Sharpton to host reality show on Spike TV: "I'm the working man's Trump. He brings people into the penthouse. We bring them into the house." [WP]

[AP Photo/Jeff Chiu]


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