Katie Glueck Politics reporter
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  • The New York Times

Politics reporter at The New York Times

307 Articles
2 days ago
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A Pastor and Politician Who Sees Voting as a Form of Prayer

Raphael Warnock, a son of Savannah public housing who rose to become Georgia’s first Black senator, secured a full si...

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2 days ago
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A Pastor and Politician Who Sees Voting as a Form of Prayer

Raphael Warnock, a son of Savannah public housing who rose to become Georgia’s first Black senator, secured a full si...

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5 days ago
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How Harlem Shaped Warnock’s Faith and Politics

Senator Raphael Warnock’s time in New York City as a seminary student and pastor helped set him on a path to politics...

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7 days ago
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Democrats Move a Step Closer to Making South Carolina First Primary

A key panel supported President Biden’s plan, which would remove Iowa as the first presidential nominating state in f...

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8 days ago
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Biden Wants South Carolina as First Primary State in 2024, Demoting Iowa

Michigan would become the fifth primary. The plan came as the president asked that “voters of color have a voice in c...

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8 days ago
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Biden, Demoting Iowa and Prizing Diversity, Wants S.C. as First Primary

Michigan would become the fifth primary. The plan came as the president asked that “voters of color have a voice in c...

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11 days ago
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Biden Helped Democrats Avert a ’22 Disaster. What About ’24?

A stronger-than-expected midterm showing has quieted the party’s public hand-wringing about a re-election campaign fo...

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25 days ago
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Extreme candidates and positions came back to bite candidates in the midterms.

Extreme candidates and positions came back to bite candidates in the midterms.

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25 days ago
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Extreme Candidates and Positions Came Back to Bite in Midterms

In an election that came down to which party turned off voters the least, it was another bad national showing for the...

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30 days ago
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Unwilling to Hold Their Nose and Vote, Ticket-Splitters Make Their Mark

Midterm voters appeared more likely to support candidates of different parties when casting their ballots this year, ...

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about 1 month ago
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Shapiro Defeats Mastriano for Pennsylvania Governor

Josh Shapiro, a Democrat and the state attorney general, defeated Doug Mastriano, who was central to trying to overtu...

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about 1 month ago
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J.D. Vance Elected Senator in Ohio

J.D. Vance, the Republican author of “Hillbilly Elegy,” defeated Representative Tim Ryan. Mr. Vance was once a sharp ...

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