CLEVELAND, Feb. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland.com introduced this week Battleground Briefing, the next version of its very popular politics newsletter. Delivered to email inboxes every weekday morning, Battleground Briefing provides the most complete coverage of the Buckeye State's political scene.
The newsletter is anchored by cleveland.com's leading political reporter Henry Gomez's Tipsheet -- a comprehensive column that succinctly summarizes top political stories.
For those who want to get their political smarts on the go, Mary Kilpatrick takes a long-format article from national news and deconstructs it into a quick read of key facts, insights and analysis in a section called TL;DR (too long; didn't read). And the #Retweet section features a compilation of the most entertaining political tweets circulating Twitter each day.
Conveniently-placed share buttons are featured throughout the newsletter, allowing readers to share the stories with their friends and colleagues with ease.
As the presidential election nears, all eyes are on the potential candidates -- and on Cleveland as it prepares to host the Republican National Convention in July. Each day Battleground Briefing dives into a "Candidate in the Spotlight" featuring important statistics, quotes and polling numbers.
To round out the day, readers get tips on what's coming up next in the political world with helpful links to live coverage and twitter feeds to stay up-to-date.
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