Who’ll be the first to call the race — correctly?

Stelter runs through some of this year’s greatest hits of media goofery: NBC’s George Zimmerman 911 call tapes. CNN and Fox reporting the Supreme Court struck down Obamacare. ABC speculating the suspect in the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting was a member of the tea party. The Great Stock Exchange Flood.More.

Can the increasingly gaffe-prone media call an extremely close election accurately? – More.

UPDATE: Journalists donating to the campaigns: “I think Romney is a dangerous religious freak whose election will cripple America,” said Levy, who has donated $225 to Obama this year.

Twenty newspapers that endorsed Obama in 2008 not doing so this year

Newsday (Long Island, NY) and The Daily News of New York are among those who endorsed Obama in 2008 now endorsing Romney. One newspaper that endorsed John McCain in 2008 is endorsing Obama.

Of those newspapers now not endorsing Obama, 12 are endorsing Romney and eight are not endorsing this cycle. Interestingly, one paper not endorsing this year is the Memphis Commercial Appeal. It endorsed Obama in 2008. The Times Picayune of New Orleans switched its endorsement from Obama in 2008 to Romney this year. — More.

In swing states, Romney is endorsed by 44 newspapers; Obama 30 newspapers. In Ohio, Romney has a 12 to 7 lead in endorsements. In Wisconsin, Romney has a 6 to 1 lead. It should be noted, though, that generally speaking Obama is getting the more endorsements in large cities.

UPDATE: Wisconsin State Journal endorses Romney, becomes latest paper to flip from Obama in ’08

UPDATE: In all states: “See the 28 Large Newspapers That Endorsed Obama Last Election and Are Now Endorsing Romney”

UPDATE: Pasadina Star-News endorses Romney. It endorsed Obama in 2008.