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COVERING MICHIGAN'S ELECTION STANDOFF
Typically, after the first Tuesday in November, exhausted political reporters might expect to catch their breath. This yearas a sitting president and his allies used a flurry of lawsuits, recounts, and accusatory rhetoric to try to overturn the voting resultsElection Day was only the beginning . . .
Columbia Journalism Review
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HOW A RETIRED JOURNALIST HELPED SWING MAINE'S SENATE RACE
Bill Nemitz remembers the moment he realized a new front had been opened in one of the most important senate races in the country. It was early October; Nemitz, a columnist for the Portland Press Herald, had his home television muted during a commercial break when he saw a familiar face appear on . . .
Columbia Journalism Review
4 days ago
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I THOUGHT YOU'D GO DOWN WITH THE SHIP: WHY ONE REPORTER CHOSE A BUYOUT AFTER TWENTY YEARS
Melissa B. Taboada has been a reporter at the Austin American-Statesman for more than twenty years; this month, she took a buyout, along with more than a hundred other Gannett reporters and five hundred Gannett employees. Taboada's last day in the newsroom will be next week, on December 1.
Columbia Journalism Review
4 days ago
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