Sarah Palin made her own visits to the Sunshine State where she accused Democrat Barack Obama of trying to "exploit the fears and worries" of voters. She may have not made the cut for this weekend's SNL, in which Tina Fey played her against McCain in a mock QVC campaign ad, but Palin will be spreading the message that Social Security and Medicare are here to stay at stops in Ohio, Missouri and Iowa. Wait, Iowa, even though the Des Moines register just announced Obama's lead is widening? Well, fickle polls give no reason to abandon a former swing state, we suppose.
Obama speaks in Charlotte, North Carolina and Manassas, Virginia tonight. In his own foray to Florida over the weekend, the candidate told a crowd disapproving of McCain's comments, "You don't need to boo. You just need to vote."
His running mate Joe Biden will be appearing with wife Jill at rallies in Philadelphia, Missouri and Copley and Zanesville, Ohio; Bill Clinton touches down for a last-minute rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, while Michelle Obama speaks in Colorado and Nevada.
Trying to time the waves of snacks for your Election Night bash? Our favorite analysis of which swing states will report when is Hot Air's "How Soon Will We Know On Election Night?" (Note: Site NSF chronic worriers.) The site's founder is conservative pundit Michelle Malkin, but when it comes to scorecards, everyone's going to have their pencils out on Tuesday.
· Endorsing A Candidate Is Your Only Job Now, America [Jaunted]
· McCain Tells Tampa Rally, "One Day Left... I Need Your Vote" [WSJ]
· Palin: Obama "Exploiting" Seniors' Fears [Media General]
· New Iowa Poll: Obama Widens Lead over McCain [Des Moines Register]
· In Florida, Obama Presses Economy, McCain Vows to Fight on [Miami Herald]
· McCain Tries to Turn Must-Win States; Obama Stays on Offense [CNN]
· How Soon Will We Know On Election Night? [HotAir.com]
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