Chat with Lynn Sweet on Wednesday

SHARE Chat with Lynn Sweet on Wednesday
SHARE Chat with Lynn Sweet on Wednesday

Want to know what’s going on in the political world? Get your typing fingers ready to talk presidential politics with Sun-Times Columnist and Washington Bureau Chief Lynn Sweet via instant message.

The fun begins on Wednesday at noon. Bookmark this page, and come back here at noon on Wednesday to start posting your questions. At 12:30 Lynn will log on to answer your questions and get you the inside scoop. Don’t miss out, though! She has deadlines to meet and will be signing off at 1.

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