The Democratic Surge
President Obama enjoying a lead in the polls, down-ballot Democrats are being lifted as well. Politico looks at the race for control of the Senate and finds Democratic candidates surging in key states.
Politico's Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei go inside the Romney rescue plan, and find the campaign plans to counter the candidate's bad few weeks with two words: More Mitt. But isn't that how they got to this low point in the first place?
Both Democrats and Republicans agree that President Obama is leading Mitt Romney in the polls. But there's some debate over how big the president's lead actually is.
Damage is done: Gallup finds that independent voters are less likely to vote for Mitt Romney as a result of his comments about 47 percent of America.
After four polls showing Elizabeth Warren leading in Massachusetts, a new Boston Herald poll breaks that trend.