GOP Duo on the Road
John McCain's popularity among white women has seen an increase since he announced Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin as his presidential running mate. (NPR)
The duo drew a big crowd in Missouri yesterday. (NPR)
Meanwhile, Barack Obama was on the campaign trail in Michigan, a battleground state for November. (NPR)
Hillary Clinton was in Florida, hoping to shore up support for Obama among women and Hispanic voters. (NPR)
The Justice Department is rolling out a national plan to ensure the November elections will go smoothly. (NPR)
While most eyes are on the presidential election, Boston will decide a close primary contest next week. (WBUR)
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