Since launching The Trailer newsletter, reporter David Weigel has brought readers to dozens of cities and towns, interviewed every major presidential candidate and talked to hundreds of Americans about what motivates them in our politics. Get dispatches from around the country, key reads from around the Internet, the latest polls and more in your inbox.
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In this edition: The amazing disappearing Donald Trump, the results from Louisiana’s race for governor, and the collapsing no-super-PAC truce.
The former Massachusetts governor launched his presidential campaign months after his competitors, in what will amount to a giant game of catch-up.
In this edition: Chaos reigns in the Democratic primary, left-wing candidates count their election wins, and a Pennsylvania poll has more signs of trouble for the president.
The bill, dubbed the Green New Deal for Public Housing Act, would use seven grant programs to upgrade housing units into carbon-neutral communities with organic grocery stores, on-site child care and community gardens. Public housing residents would get hiring preference for jobs renovating those units.
In this edition: Wealthy candidate on rescue missions, the short and unhappy Sanford 2020 campaign, and why Democrats are bemoaning their first primary states again.
The former South Carolina governor said impeachment had stolen all the oxygen.
In this edition: A recap of this week’s big elections, a look at the “elitism” debate inside the Democratic primary, and some answers about what the heck is happening in Kentucky.
In this edition: Pete Buttigieg on the bus, a guide to today’s many elections, and new polling that has left Democrats very confused.
In this edition: The aftermath of Iowa Democrats’ big night, Andrew Yang 2.0, and tomorrow’s Medicare-for-all fight today.
The president will campaign for GOP gubernatorial candidates who have struggled despite party advantages in Louisiana, Kentucky and Mississippi.
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