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: Why nobody’s afraid of Joe Biden, what’s happening in today’s Delaware and New Jersey primaries, and how Mount Rushmore entered the veepstakes.
In this edition: Why Republicans didn’t fret about a QAnon win in Colorado, how Trump-friendly media hunts for Biden gaffes, and what changed after Tuesday’s primaries.
Lauren Boebert is the owner of a gun-themed restaurant who battled the city and state over coronavirus restrictions.
In this edition: A primary day guide, the aftermath of Kentucky’s elections, and the effects of an abortion ruling on the 2020 race.
In this edition: The X-factor Trump doesn’t have in 2020, the muted reaction to the latest Obamacare lawsuit, and new diversity numbers from the presidential candidates.
In this edition: Myth-busting the Tuesday primaries, the next moves for a very happy left, and the Democratic convention gets even more virtual.
The next generation of black candidates has rallied around down-ballot races to try to shape the Democratic Party.
In this edition: A guide to today’s primaries, new ads from very different races, and how New York’s most famous member of Congress protected her seat.
In this edition: The scene from Tulsa, a new/old Trump ad strategy, and a poll that might have predicted this weekend’s problems with getting voters out for a rally.
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