Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, November 6, 2012

November 6, 2012 - 8:09 AM

Washington Post:
Election ‘Day’? With early voting, it’s more like Election Month

Politico:
If Obama loses, it would mean 'the death of the dream of liberal realignment'

Politico:
If Romney loses, it would mean 'a painful process of self-examination and internal debate' for GOP

Politico:
Signature developments of Washington during the Obama years: a flourishing F-bomb culture

Politico:
If Obama wins, Boehner will hang tough on taxes

Politico:
Newt: Bill Clinton ‘collecting IOUs’ for 2016
In case Hillary Clinton wants to run for president four years from now.

Washington Post:
In Iowa, Obama gets emotional in final campaign rally

Washington Post columnist:
At the end, 'Romney is an almost entirely different candidate'
'Romney was uplifting, optimistic and inspirational'

Washington Post:
For young workers, retirement hopes grow bleaker amid economic downturn

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Coming storm has strong potential for N.J. flooding

BBC:
Greece braced for 48-hour strike amid crucial debate

Politico:
John McCain: Veterans upset after Libya

Politico:
Oops: NBC shows election night test results

Los Angeles Times:
Romney, facing difficult odds, remains undaunted

Politico:
Congressional staffers dreading fiscal cliff slog

Huffington Post:
'The Last Waltz' for Obama; President sheds tears...

Chicago Sun-Times:
Illinois moves ahead on health insurance exchange

The Hill:
Dems concede GOP majority could get bigger in the House

Daily Kos:
President Obama crushes Romney in Hart's Location, New Hampshire

Fox News:
School Skit Features Romney Getting Punched

Chicago Tribune:
Montana man mauled to death by captive grizzly bears

Fox News:
Allegation of unions putting illegal immigrants on voter rolls clouds Nevada voting

Fox News:
Top GOP senator blasts Obama's Libya claims after release of old interview

Politico:
Brown, Warren wrap up Senate campaign in Mass.

Denver Post:
Boulder Catholic church plans to maintain anti-abortion display

Miami Herald:
Woman who drove on sidewalk must wear 'idiot' sign

Daily Mail:
World's tallest, scariest water slide is as high as a 14-story building

The Local:
Swedish firms prefer not to hire fat people: study