Atlantic Office Hours: Chat With Conor Friedersdorf About Politics

The staff writer will take readers' questions on the conventions and anything else Friday at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Throughout the election season, The Atlantic's politics team will offer readers a chance to ask questions about what's happening in the campaigns and around the country. Conor Friedersdorf, a staff writer covering national politics, has attended both the 2012 Republican and Democratic conventions, where he wrote about the speeches, the protests, the other protests, and of course the hats. Ask questions using the form below.


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