7) In Arizona's Senate race, News 12 in Phoenix reports that GOP Rep. Jeff Flake robocalls over the weekend instructed registered Democratic voters to go to the wrong voting locations. 6) Connecticut GOP Senate nominee Linda McMahon is handing out some door-hangers -- and though she supports Romney, they urge people to vote for President Obama: "Vote for Barack Obama for President and Linda McMahon for U.S. Senate on the Independent line," says a door-hanger McMahon's camp put on some Hartford homes. "President Barack Obama and Linda McMahon will fight for us." Obama cut an ad for Democratic Rep. Chris Murphy last week. 5) Democrat Tim Kaine has a 3-point lead over Republican George Allen just days away from the election in a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll. Kaine has 49 percent support in the poll to Allen's 46 percent, with 4 percent of voters undecided. 4) Never a great sign: Rep. Shelley Berkley, D-Nev., loaned her campaign $250,000 for the final stretch. 3) Romney cut an ad for another Senate candidate: Rep. Rick Berg, R-N.D. "The country has big challenges ahead, says Romney in the spot. "America needs a Republican Senate to solve them. Rick Berg will be the 51st senator to help reduce the size of government, repeal the government takeover of healthcare, and cut taxes on small business." 2) And Obama made a radio ad for Democratic Rep. Mazie Hirono in Hawaii's Senate race. "Aloha, Hawaii," he says. "This is President Barack Obama. Our country's made real progress you can be proud of. We can't turn back now. Which is exactly why I'm urging you to send Mazie Hirono to the United States Senate." 1) The New York Times takes a look at Obama and Romney in the final days of the campaign.