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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.
“The men and women who have covered the White House for the AP dating back to the middle of the 19th century have truly had a ‘front row seat to history,’” former President George H.W. Bush wrote.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced today a key appointment, sending this memo to staff:
The Associated Press will debut its new VoteCast election survey on Nov. 6, helping to tell the story of why the winners in the U.S. midterm elections won.
As the Nov. 6 U.S. midterm elections approach, AP has stepped up efforts to fact-check political misinformation circulating at the local, state and national levels.