Both pick mainstream experts, but Obama’s are more interventionist.
Several conservative bishops counter that candidates’ stands on abortion should be the litmus test.
Both candidates would likely draw from previous administrations to build their teams.
McCain has the experience, but Obama may be more open to Pentagon advice.
The Alaska Republican faces an uphill battle to win a seventh full term.
If Obama wins and Democrats gain greater control in Congress, it could happen.
John McCain leads Barack Obama by 12 percent in one Israeli poll, a reflection of security concerns.
Republicans hope to head off a filibuster-proof Senate controlled by Democrats.
Tanya Renicker of Ohio University bucks the ‘youth vote’ trend to back McCain-Palin, even going door to door on the ticket’s behalf.