Essentially at this point, it’s an in-house trade magazine — just one that’s monopolizing the…
Tim Carmody

Thanks, Tim. Probably true about reporters angling for “relationships” inside the campaign. I doubt they pay off, though. I should have mentioned the other point you made: the possibility of a huge story breaking that nobody wants to miss. That accounts for a lot of the coverage. But it toohas little to do with informing voters decisions.

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