Today The Washington Post introduces “Read In,” a morning tipsheet for political professionals, lawmakers and anyone who cares about politics. Written by staff writer Reid Wilson, the e-mail brings subscribers everything they need to know to do their jobs better, including what’s happening from the campaign trail, K Street, Capitol Hill and the White House, relevant headlines across the country and long reads they might have missed.
Wilson said the goal of Read In is to provide readers with a valuable scan of top stories before their first meeting of the day. “With Read In, there’s no fluff and no filler—just the news and what it means, quickly and efficiently. It’s the best way to read into the day while you’re on your morning commute,” said Wilson.
Read In will be delivered to inboxes Monday through Friday at 8 am on the dot. Sign up here.