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The World Series ends and Barack Obama tries to close out John McCain (plus a sidetrip in search of a DMN endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate)

It was a TV night unlike any other -- ever. Baseball's biggest showcase, the World Series, brought major league drama to its closing act. And before that, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama submitted himself for approval via a half-hour national pitch on four broadcast and three cable networks. How did much drawing did each big show have in North Texas homes? Unclebarky.com pays close attention in this very deluxe edition of our longest-standing fixture, the Local Nielsen Ratings Snapshot.

And, um, er, has The Dallas Morning News, in well over a century of publishing, ever endorsed a Democrat for president in the finals?
Ed Bark