–Nate Silver debunks the big mo.
–The ads are flying fast and furious through the home stretch in Nevada: The SEIU calls Angle dangerous, Angle continues her late push to play up Reid’s wealth, and Crossroads GPS tries to cut through the din:
–Obama swings west for the final push.
–The Sunlight Foundation reports $97.5 million, just over half of all money spent by so-called “Super PACs,” non-profits and unions, came from undisclosed donor groups.
–Republican mega-donor and former Swiftboat funder Bob Perry has given American Crossroads $7 million since September — about 47% of their haul in that time period.
–In his first cover piece for TIME, Fareed Zakaria offers his ideas to kickstart the American Dream: Spend more on R&D, job re-training, rein in health care and entitlement spending, and simplify the tax code. You could always invest in a subscription to the magazine.
–Obama will visit Pakistan next year.
–Chuck Schumer spreads his wealth.
–Jonathan Martin peeks in through the cracks at Palin Land.
–There’s not a lot of new ground broken, but Joe Hagan has a simply beautiful profile of the California governor’s race.
–And The New York Times catches up with Ladd Ehlinger Jr. (Dale Peterson’s ad maker) who’s filming a faux Barney Frank break dancing in a fat suit.
What did I miss?