Posted October 06, 2018 05:17:16When it comes to a political campaign, the New York Times has been there and done that.

The paper is one of the few major publications to have been on the ground during the 2016 campaign, covering the various stages and strategies from polling to television ads to social media campaigns to mailers to door-to-door canvassing.

Its the newspaper of record, with a broad range of opinions, analysis and perspectives on all things political.

But the paper has also become an insider’s look at a campaign, which is no mean feat for a publication that prides itself on its neutrality.

In its inaugural edition in March, we profiled how a team of reporters, editors and digital editors spent the summer in New York City to track the race, from the ground to the airwaves to the digital platforms and social media platforms to find the next big story.

Here, we share with you our insider’s view of the 2016 presidential race and the political landscape that awaits us all in 2020. Read more