Newspapers have long endorsed political candidates on their editorial pages, but in this election, the practice of political endorsements has been met with some criticism. So far, 17 national newspapers have chosen not to endorse either candidate on the presidential ballot.
- 'Des Moines Register' Endorses Romney With Eye Toward Economy
- Newspaper Endorsements: Prized, But Often Ignored
- Put Off By 'Too Many Mitts,' 'Salt Lake Tribune' Endorses Obama
- Read David D. Haynes' Piece, 'Why We Won't Make Recommendations'
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