Thanks to everyone for reading and contributing to the blog over the past three months. Today marks the 90th day of this project. Seems that in this time we've managed to make an impression which sheds light on and debunks myth regarding the process.
Almost as soon as I started this blog, I also started writing guest posts for Democratic Convention Watch, and on Monday I'll join that page as a regular contributor. So you can still read insights, you'll just have to venture over to that page in order to do so. It's a great site and the style of writing and delivery by the guys over there is very similar to what you've all grown used to over here.
There are a few posts that I wanted to write here which I'll take over to DCW, such as an insight as to what it's like to be a campaign staffer and live on the road, filling out a presidential cabinet, and of course the Friday veepstakes column.
But as of today, Friday the 13th serves as a bookend to the Superdelegate phase of the site.
This site will remain running, but I will only post intermittently. From time to time I'll pop in and post a unique thought or two, and I'll post Open Threads for people to continue the conversation on this site. And after the election, when I have more time on my hands again, maybe the site will evolve into something new at that time.