The Washington Post and washingtonpost.com will be offering a comprehensive package for the 2008 elections, including in-depth political news and analysis from the paperâ€™s award-winning political team and groundbreaking news aggregation and video technology.
The Post’s political team will go behind Tuesday night’s results in the races for the White House, Congress and the nation’s statehouses, providing in-depth reporting and analysis on where the country stands after Election 2008. Our correspondents, anchored by veteran political reporter Dan Balz, will report from Washington and around the nation on the history-making contest between Barack Obama and John McCain and tell us where the victor will lead the country beginning in January.
â€œwashingtonpost.com will bring together The Postâ€™s unbeatable political reporting with the innovations weâ€™ve made throughout the year to create a suite of features and products that allow people to customize their election night experience,â€ said Jim Brady, Executive Editor, washingtonpost.com. â€œWhether itâ€™s through live video coverage, an interactive election map, or a mobile phone, we will provide the source for users get national and state-by-state election coverage in the format that works for them.â€