Newsweek - embedded campaign reporters this year?

In years past, I’ve always enjoyed Newsweek’s election-wrapup issues, when the reporters they’ve had embedded in the major candidates’ campaign organizations - given near-complete access, with the understanding that they can’t report until after Election Day - spill the beans on what was really going on behind the scenes over the course of the campaign. I know the magazine has had a lot of problems in recent years. Do they have embedded reporters this time around?

This seems to indicate “no”: http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/media/2012/01/4857471/annotated-field-guide-campaign-2012-press-corps?page=all

Romney… reporters… near-complete access…
That’s a good one! You should send that idea to The Daily Show.

Well, other relatively secretive candidates have agreed to it in the past. Romney’s not much different in that regard. The key is that the embedded reporters promise not to file their articles until after Election Day… and don’t.