Behind The Scenes Of The Presidential Campaigns Newsweek journalists were given year-long access to the presidential campaigns — as long as they kept quiet until Nov. 4. Daren Briscoe and Katie Connolly share previously undisclosed information about the McCain and Obama campaigns.
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Behind The Scenes Of The Presidential Campaigns

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Behind The Scenes Of The Presidential Campaigns

Behind The Scenes Of The Presidential Campaigns

Behind The Scenes Of The Presidential Campaigns

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After two years of election coverage, reporters are now revealing previously undisclosed information about the campaigns. Newsweek correspondents Daren Briscoe and Katie Connolly were part of a team of reporters granted year-long access to both campaigns — as long as they kept quiet until after Election Day.

Newsweek's seven-chapter Secrets of the 2008 Campaign series details their findings.