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9:15 AM, Sep 27, 2010 • By MARY KATHARINE HAM
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The San Francisco Chronicle doesn't endorse Boxer.

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Laura Bush, back in the spotlight.

Uh oh: "From Ohio to Iowa, there’s a yawning stretch of heartland states whose citizens voted for Obama and congressional Democrats in 2008, but who have lost patience waiting for an as-yet undelivered economic revival that was first promised in 2006, and then two years later. Now, they look set to stampede toward the out-of-power party."

E.J. Dionne declares the Northeast the new Democratic firewall. What could go wrong?

Vulnerable Democrats try to avoid mentioning they're Democrats.

College students always come through at the voting booth.

First Read's update list of 64 seats most likely to switch.

Reliable sources: Boehner affair rumor came from far-left blogger Mike Stark.

"Washington is spending more time with comedians than debating (our) economic future," Boehner said, referring to comedian Stephen Colbert's mocking testimony of the House on Friday. "They have time to bring a comedian to Washington, D.C., but they don't have time to end the uncertainty.

Mr. President, welcome to 38 percent.

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