EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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In Ky., felon voting law leaves many out of election

Support builds for referendum to allow most non-violent felons to regain voting rights.         

12:12 AM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Photos: Halloween Trick-or-Treating at the White House

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted trick-or-treaters at the White House on Friday.

October 31 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Tenn. abortion vote draws millions in ad spending

The two sides have raised more than $5 million this year and spent most of it since Oct. 1.         

October 31 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

What Is on the Line in the Midterm Elections

Republicans are seeking to gain control of the Senate, but some of the most compelling races have been for governor.

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Cuomo’s Role in Hurricane Sandy Inquiry Foretold Fate of His Ethics Panel

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s first Moreland Commission, which investigated electric companies’ failures in the 2012 storm, omitted mention of his administration’s ...

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Schumer Hits the Trail for a Goal in Albany: A Democratic New York Senate

Over the last few weeks, Senator Charles E. Schumer has endorsed in person five Democrats in races from the Hudson Valley to Buffalo.

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Former U.S. Envoy to Moscow Says Russians Are Still Spying on Him

Michael McFaul said that Russian agents were tapping his telephone as well as that of his wife.

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

A Kennedy’s Campaign Is Sharply Questioned on Finances

Ted Kennedy Jr.'s Republican opponent in a Connecticut Senate district, Bruce Wilson Jr., has complained about $207,000 spent on the race by the state’s ...

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

G.O.P. Ads Chase Voters at Home and on the Go

After lagging behind Democrats technologically in previous campaigns, the G.O.P. has begun using sophisticated techniques to target voters.

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Subdued Chris Christie Still Finds Center Stage

As Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey conducts a 19-state campaign swing for Republican candidates, he is still the focus of attention.

October 31 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS