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Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced that AP political reporter Will Weissert, currently in Austin, Texas, will relocate to the nation’s capital to cover the 2020 presidential campaign.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to her staff:
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced today the addition of two political reporters to cover the 2020 presidential campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced today that AP reporter Brian Slodysko, previously based in Indianapolis, will cover money and politics from the nation’s capital.
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