In The Trailer newsletter, reporter David Weigel brings readers to dozens of cities and towns and provides insight on what motivates voters and what political candidates think. 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 2024 campaign kicks off, Tom Cotton talks, and new swing-state polls show Biden entering the weekend with a lead.
In this edition: The post-SCOTUS Senate picture one week out, new polls in key states, and questions about conservative judges stopping some ballots from being counted.
In this edition: The ballot initiatives that matter this year, suburban Republicans try a different message than Trump, and why the GOP's hopeful that a new Supreme Court would go their way on election rules.
What we learned from Thursday night's debate.
In this special debate day edition: What to watch in the final debate, the latest from the voting wars, and the Working Families Party's quest for 2 percent of the vote.
In this edition: The future of the GOP starts in Oregon, the right to vote (or get a ballot counted) gets tried in swing states, and new polls show how close the race for the Senate may be.
In this edition: The meaning of the third-quarter fundraising hauls, the battle over drop boxes in California, and why Republican candidates are still circling to find the best Obamacare answer.
In this edition: The Trump campaign's endless search for a “smoking gun,” the danger zone for election legislation, and a first look at the campaign cash hauls that could reshape plenty of races.
In this edition: The battle for the suburbs trickles down to state legislatures, the 2020 election may be 10 percent done already, and Kanye West is back, sort of.
In this edition: The political geography of Ohio, the battle over a court reform that neither party thinks will happen, and the long shadow cast by a dead pro-marijuana candidate in Minnesota.
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