Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.* The editorial board of the Washington Post believes it's "beyond debate that Donald Trump is unfit to be president."* Four years ago, nearly a third of the CEOs from the nation's 100 largest companies contributed to Mitt Romney's campaign. This year, literally zero of them have extended support to Trump.* Trump had previously said he would not accept an endorsement from Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas). Friday, after the senator changed his mind about the candidate who went after his wife and father, Trump reversed course, too.* In Pennsylvania's closely watched U.S. Senate race, CNN's new poll shows Katie McGinty (D) leading incumbent Pat Toomey (R), 49% to 46%, but a Morning Call/Muhlenberg poll shows Toomey narrowly ahead, 41% to 40%.* Trump talks a lot about destroying ISIS, but his "scattered ideas" have often been "contradictory, impossible or even illegal."* Donald P. Gregg, national security adviser to George H.W. Bush during his tenure as vice president, is the latest veteran of a Republican administration to throw his support to Hillary Clinton.* The editorial board of the Cincinnati Enquirer has endorsed Republican presidential candidates in every U.S. election for nearly a century. This year, however, it believes "there is only one choice when we elect a president in November: Hillary Clinton."* And if you're not registered to vote, in most states, it's not too late. Here are the state-by-state deadlines.