Which VP candidate’s home-state newspaper had the better post-debate front page?
The country's chattering class may need all weekend to argue these points. But in terms of newspaper design, the Oshkosh (Wis.) Northwestern scored a decisive victory over the (Wilmington, Del.) News Journal. Wisconsin enjoys an unfair advantage in such competitions, with far more print outlets than tiny Delaware to choose from. But despite a snappy headline treatment, even the The Times-Tribune, the daily covering Biden's hometown of Scranton, Pa., can't compete with the Northwestern's use of negative space.
All front pages are courtesy the Newseum.