I wonder if they'll actually publish anything about it or just give it the cursory acknowledgement on their website.
Apparently Mary Biskup's credit card was charged $175,000 from the Obama campaign. She said she never donated anything. (And yes, she must have awfully good credit.)
The campaign caught the error and refunded the money. Mosk published a quote from an Obama spokesman commending themselves for doing so and making sure everyone knows "no organization is protected credit card fraud."
This seems to me like a heck of a story. $175,000 is nothing to joke about. It's not like this woman lost a dollar in a pop machine.
There's no doubt this story should be on A1 tomorrow.
Something tells me the Washington Post isn't going to move this story off their blog page though. I really hope I'm proven wrong. I'll update then.
UPDATE 10/23: Well, I wasn't proven wrong.
The Washington Post makes NO MENTION of the $175,000 erroneously charged to a woman's credit card by the Obama campaign in their print edition today.
There is, however, an A1 feature on John McCain that opens with tales about Keating Five, a news story titled "McCain Tries to Push Past Palin Backlash," a news story about why "Democrats Have Reason to Celebrate." In the Style section there is a lengthy piece critical of Sarah Palin's wardrobe budget and an uber flatting feature on Joe Biden's wife.