The conventions, a curiously low-news, high-exhaustion experience, are over. The polls in the next several weeks, say some political scientists, should be pretty predictive of happens on Nov. 8. The majority of Americans who don’t get a paper or watch cable news will start paying attention.
So it’s also worth checking in with some of the smartest reporters and editors about what they still don’t know. They’ve closely followed a stupefying political year. But what would they still love to know about the campaign ahead?