“Surge” of Ebola personnel to Dallas . . . The Hill
A “surge” of personnel and other resources has been sent to Dallas to help discover how a nurse was infected with Ebola, top health officials told President Obama during an Oval Office meeting on Monday.
White House will not name Ebola Czar . . . Newsmax
The Obama administration has said it will not name an Ebola “czar” despite Republican pleas to do so.
How Obama could shake up the White House . . . Examiner
President Obama is facing growing calls to clean house ahead of his final two years in office, with even allies demanding an infusion of fresh blood to resurrect his stalled presidency.
Obama has done zero campaign events . . . ABC News
Obama is expected to step-up his public presence on the campaign trail in these final weeks, but likely only in deep blue states.
Romney under pressure to run . . . Washington Post
He has insisted that he is not interested in running for president a third time. But his friends said a flurry of behind-the-scenes activity is nudging him to more seriously consider it.
Ann Romney: “Mitt and I are done” . . . The Hill
“Done, completely. Not only Mitt and I are done, but the kids are done. Done. Done. Done,” the former Massachusetts first lady said.
Warren inches away from Obama . . . The Hill
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is beginning to distance herself from President Obama amid increased speculation about what role she wants to play in 2016.
Warren heads to Iowa . . . MSNBC
Elizabeth Warren is heading to Iowa. The popular Massachusetts senator, whom some liberals want to run for president, will campaign for Democratic Senate candidate Bruce Braley Sunday.
Cruz sidelined in midterm push . . . The Hill
Republican candidates aren’t trotting out Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in the midterm election campaign despite his status as one of the party’s rising stars.