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Election 2020

Helping readers understand the context and the contenders with trusted clarity.
 

正规体育投注官网The New York Times is the destination for unbiased, on-the-ground and deeply reported independent journalism throughout the 2020 U.S. presidential election campaign.

 

From The Upshot to the Styles section, our journalists and expert contributors are here to simplify and provide context to the complex political field through explainers, analysis, in-depth profiles, background pieces and commentary that you won’t find anywhere else.

 

Our political team is made up of journalists from across the nation and expert opinion leaders with a broad range of backgrounds. All are ready to report on crucial moments from the campaign trail and dive deep into the important issues that will have global impact long after election day. 

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Best-in-class text and visual journalism that provides a global view on the election and what it means. 

20 articles a week, with accompanying art as available. 

Photos

A daily view of the election through the lens of New York Times photojournalists. 

正规体育投注官网Approximately 10 photos a day. 

Photo Roundup

A weekly collection of photos featuring the latest highlights from the campaign trail. 

Weekly.

Videos

正规体育投注官网On-the-scene videos capturing pivotal moments and stories from the election.  

As available. 

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Our Political Team
Peter Baker
Chief White House correspondent
Julie Hirschfeld Davis
Congressional correspondent
Sydney Ember
Political reporter
Reid J. Epstein
National political reporter
Maggie Haberman
White House correspondent and 2018 Pulitzer Prize winner
Astead W. Herndon
National political reporter
Annie Karni
White House correspondent
Mark Lander
London Bureau Chief, former White House correspondent
Lisa Lerer
Reporter covering campaigns, elections and political power
Katie Rogers
White House correspondent
Michael D. Shear
White House correspondent

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