To kick off this Dispatch Live, Adam was joined by The Dispatch’s chief operating officer Justin Fritz to talk about the new website and why we’re leaving Substack. Justin talked through what to expect once the new site is live and answered some frequently asked questions surrounding the migration. Then, Adam, Kevin, Jonah, and Sarah talked about Sen. Ben Sasse leaving the Senate and the midterm elections. What’s the point of opposition research? Do debates still matter? And how disappointed will Kevin’s neighbors in Texas be when Beto doesn’t break 40 percent in the governor’s race?
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