Spin Control

Tuesday's quickie political briefing

The campaign comes to WWE

Clinton, Obama go on attack in last-minute scramble for Pennsylvania votes

Michael Moore announces his endorsement of Obama in Web post

North Carolina Democrats ditch effort to host debate
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ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL
Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are in Pennsylvania. John McCain speaks to voters in Youngstown, Ohio.
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“This election is starting to feel a lot like King of the Ring. The only difference? The last man standing may just be a woman.” — Hillary Rodham Clinton, in a taped message on World Wrestling Entertainment’s “Monday Night Raw.”
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STAT OF THE DAY
The last time Pennsylvania voted Republican in a presidential election was in 1988. George H.W. Bush garnered almost 51 percent of the vote, while Michael Dukakis grabbed 48 percent.




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