Getting reporters to respond to your e-mails—one subject line at a time

“A new front has opened up in the daily war of political messaging: the e-mail subject line,” Politico ’s Daniel Libit wrote. “The weapons are sneering ellipses, smart-aleck pop cultural references and sarcastic quotation marks. And they come in rapid fire from the daily missives of Beltway press shops.” Libit checked in with Democratic National Committee spokesman Hari Sevugan to learn which subject lines caught reporters’ attention. Here’s one: “I haven’t been …

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