(Actually, no one has asked any of these questions. But we imagine some of you might be thinking them.)
What is Vox Politics?
The Vox Politics blog is an online companion to NPR's political coverage. Evie Stone, lead election unit producer, along with the NPR's other political producers, reporters, and editors, will be writing about news from the trail and campaign HQs; conference call antics; ads and online videos; thought-provoking audio that didn't make it on the air; House, Senate, and Governors' races; and smart stuff from NPR's shows as well as other sites.
Why a blog?
Because political news breaks all day long! We also want to get a conversation going with you about what's happening in the election. Please post in our comments section or send us tips or feedback using the contact us form.
Do you have standards on comment language or approach?
Yes — please take a look at our discussion guidelines.
Who writes the blog?
The entire NPR Election Unit feeds the blog and nurtures its being.... but Evie Stone is our main blogger.
How do I know which posts are written by whom?
You'll see the author's name in italics under each post.
How often do you post new entries to the blog?
We post several times a day, Monday through Friday, and on the weekends as news warrants.
What if I want to e-mail the Election Unit privately?
Send us a message through our contact form.
Can I link to your blog?
Will you link to my blog?
Do you have a smart take on the election? If so, we very well may.