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Starting this week, The Trail will serve as The Washington Post's new daily diary of the 2008 presidential campaign, offering reported insights and analysis from Washington and the campaign trail throughout the day.

The Post's chief political correspondents -- Dan Balz and David Broder -- will offer their "Takes," and our entire politics team will file regularly. Look for videos from two diners -- one in New Hampshire and one in Iowa -- that we have adopted for the duration to see what the election really looks (and tastes) like. The Trail will also feature sharp new online columns on everything from the "New Media" to the "Green Zone," where money and politics mix.

If there's news from our campaign team, we'll break it here first. And we'll use this space to revisit our most provocative, distinctive pieces of political enterprise reporting, adding new material and additional insights. We'll link to our biggest political stories of the day, every day, so you can find the best of The Post's campaign news here in one place.

And the more reader comments, the better. As Hillary Clinton would say, let the conversation begin...

By Susan Glasser  |  July 24, 2007; 8:00 AM ET
 
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Hillary Clinton was by far the winner of last nights debate. She has experience over
all the candidates combined. Look for her to continue her march to the Presidency in
2008. It is unfortunate that some people do not think a woman can handle this position, but in most cases women handle the positions better than most men. She
will "clean house" as Speaker Pelosi is doing! jbloom

Posted by: jbloom5 | July 24, 2007 2:00 PM | Report abuse

Hillary Clinton was by far the winner of last nights debate. She has experience over
all the candidates combined. Look for her to continue her march to the Presidency in
2008. It is unfortunate that some people do not think a woman can handle this position, but in most cases women handle the positions better than most men. She
will "clean house" as Speaker Pelosi is doing! jbloom

Posted by: jbloom5 | July 24, 2007 1:59 PM | Report abuse

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