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 first installment of our guide to swing states, the scandals turning heads in two Democratic House primaries, and whether a celebrity who's off the ballot in most states is really running for president.
In this edition: The left's fears about Susan Rice, some good turnout news from Tuesday's primaries, and the debate about debating.
In this edition: All the primaries to watch today, the latest vote-by-mail dramas in key states, and a look at the Trump campaign's new ad strategy.
A GOP family feud in Kansas, how hydroxychloroquine changed a state legislative race in Michigan, and the “veepstakes” get an end date.
Campaigning through covid-19, an inevitable Democratic platform fight, and voting wars stall out in a swing state.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar both face opponents who are trying to paint them as divisive and distracted by the national spotlight.
In this edition: Swing-state covid politics, the left's fight to hold onto its gains, and two scary state polls for the president.
In this edition: Answers to panicky election questions, why so few Puerto Ricans voted in their presidential primary, and some rare good polling news for the president.
In this edition: The “war on the suburbs” explained, why New York is having the worst time counting votes, and what we learned from a talkative weekend for the president.
In this edition: What we learned from the latest fundraising hauls, what voters did in three primaries this week, and whether the author of “Father Stretch My Hands Part One” is running for president.
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