Jennifer Medina National Correspondent
  • Los Angeles
  • The New York Times

Jennifer Medina is a national politics reporter, covering the 2020 presidential campaign. A Southern California native, she previously spent several years reporting on the region for the National desk. During her time in California, Ms. Medina's reporting focused on immigration, education and poverty. She traveled all over the region examining how public policy impacts people's lives. She wrote about Disneyland employees living in their cars, immigration raids and the state's chronic public education problems. She has covered breaking news extensively, including several mass shootings, and is often called upon to find humanity amid tragedy.

83 Articles
24 days ago
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Sisolak Concedes to Lombardo in Nevada Governor’s Race

Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat, conceded to Joseph Lombardo, the Clark County sheriff who ran as a law-and-order Repu...

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29 days ago
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Two Days Before the Midterms, G.O.P. Confidence Clashes With Democratic Anxiety

As candidates made their closing arguments on Sunday, Democrats braced for potential losses even in traditionally blu...

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29 days ago
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Two Days Before the Midterms, G.O.P. Confidence Clashes With Democratic Anxiety

As candidates made their closing arguments on Sunday, Democrats braced for potential losses even in traditionally blu...

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about 1 month ago
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Family Ties. Political Divisions.

For Carolyn Broe and her family, the 2022 midterms have unfolded the way they have for countless others: with great b...

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2 months ago
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Five Takeaways From the Arizona Senate Debate

Mark Kelly and Blake Masters fought over familiar ground, including abortion, the border and the 2020 election, as th...

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2 months ago
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How to Watch Arizona Senate Debate With Kelly and Masters Tonight

The debate, set for 9 p.m. Eastern time, will be the first and likely only one to take place in this closely watched ...

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2 months ago
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Democrats’ Troubles in Nevada Are a Microcosm of Nationwide Headwinds

Inflation and a rocky economy are bolstering Republicans in their races against incumbent Democrats, motivating “an e...

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3 months ago
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Majority of Latino Voters Out of G.O.P.’s Reach, New Poll Shows

A New York Times/Siena College poll found Democrats faring far worse than they have in the past with Hispanic voters....

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3 months ago
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With Voters From Both Parties Energized, Campaigns Begin Fall Sprint

Republicans are focusing on pocketbook issues, and Democrats are emphasizing abortion rights, as Labor Day marks the ...

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4 months ago
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In 4 Swing States, G.O.P. Election Deniers Could Oversee Voting

Arizona and Michigan have joined Pennsylvania and Nevada in elevating Republican candidates for governor and secretar...

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9 months ago
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The Young Progressive Lawyer at the Center of a Marquee Texas Runoff

Jessica Cisneros had the backing of national progressive leaders, a cramped campaign headquarters and the help of her...

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9 months ago
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Some Texas Hispanics Drawn to Republicans Share Immigration Grievances

Former President Donald J. Trump’s brand of populism has been widely viewed as an appeal to white voters. But similar...

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