EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Data Watchers Eye Colorado’s Mail-In Voting

The 2014 midterm vote is already underway in states across the country with early voting, but Colorado is a special case. Because all voters received a ballot ...

October 30 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Ted Cruz: Hillary will win if GOP picks a moderate

Texas senator says GOP can't win White House if it chooses another Bob Dole or Mitt Romney.         

October 30 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Politicians live it up and have the lobbyists pay

On any given weekend, lobbyists in Washington head for the airport to jet off to luxurious locations across the country.

October 30 CNN POLITICS

Fact check: 2014 campaign whoppers

No shortage of tall tales in the midterm elections, from both parties.         

October 30 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Data-Driven Campaigns Zero In on Voters, but Messages Are Lacking

The Big Data era of politics has left some campaigns drowning in their own sophisticated advances, unable to produce new and effective messages.

October 30 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Snail mail is even slower now with Postal Service changes, report says

First-class mail has been taking longer to reach its destination since the financially struggling U.S. Postal Service relaxed its delivery standards in an ...

October 30 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

How 51 Senate Seats Could Be Precarious Majority

Republicans working toward the 51 seats that will give them control of the Senate might be wise to think about a margin with a bit more breathing room—and ...

October 30 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Kansas State coach backs Pat Roberts for Senate

Iconic Wildcats football coach says GOP Sen. Pat Roberts is "great friend" of Kansas.         

October 30 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Lindsey Graham caught on tape joking about white men and Baptists

Someone leaked to CNN a tape of Sen. Lindsey Graham joking about white men and Baptists.         

October 30 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

In the Slow Lane: Why the U.S. Has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Affordability

The lack of competition in the U.S. broadband industry could have long-term economic consequences for American competitiveness.

October 30 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS