An AP Piece takes a look at all the US Presidential candidates and their various positions on past records they may or may not have. They focus mainly on Barack Obama, who's been scolding Hillary Rodham Clinton for not hastening the release of records from her time as first lady. Obama says he hasn't got any. John Edwards says he will release the records from his single term representing North Carolina in the U.S. Senate. Clinton's papers, held at the National Archives and Records Administration, are being held.
Republicans across the country are encouraging voters to sign up for a "Clinton library card," a publicity stunt to highlight the dispute over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's White House records.