Milwaukee Journal Sentinel won’t endorse for president | Huffington Post | Poynter | Reason
In the race for newspaper endorsements, the candidates are currently tied in swing states. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel will not be breaking that tie, as its editorial page editor David D. Haynes told Jim Romenesko the paper would not be endorsing for president in this election.

The Des Moines Register will announce its endorsement on Saturday night. Meanwhile, the Iowa paper forced President Obama to release a transcript of what was initially an off-the-record call in hopes of securing that endorsement. Today’s front page is evenly split between the two candidates (see below).

The Daily Beast/Newsweek will not be endorsing Donald Trump as a pundit.

And journalists at Reason reveal who will get their votes.

Related: Detroit News endorses Romney for president | Endorsement tracker

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  • Karen Jensen Von Allmen

    If the Urinals subscriptions got any lower they’d have to close their doors. No one but a very very few cares what the Urinal says.

  • Anonymous

    Ask voters and you’ll find newspaper endorsements have little effect. But it helps editorial boards enjoy their imagined influence