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Jess Bidgood

Jess Bidgood is a national political reporter in the Globe’s Washington bureau, where she covers campaigns, Congress and how the workings of Washington (or lack thereof) influence people’s lives around the country. She previously spent seven years covering New England for the New York Times, and began her journalism career at WBUR and WGBH. She lives in Washington and misses Somerville.

Latest stories

Elizabeth Warren says she earned about $1.9 million for legal work while she was a law professor

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Warren then was one of the nation’s foremost experts in bankruptcy law, and her campaign has said her work involved balancing various competing interests in as fair a way as possible.

Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are taking shots at each other, and it could backfire

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The sparring between the candidates is at odds with what has drawn early-state voters, many of whom say they like both politicians and don’t want the primary to devolve into a mudfight.

Sniping carries risks for Buttigieg and Warren

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The sparring between the candidates is at odds with what has drawn early-state voters, many of whom say they like both politicians and don’t want the primary to devolve into a mudfight.

Back to the Battleground

What we learned from each of the battleground states we visited ahead of the 2020 election

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Who will win in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin next year? The Globe’s D.C. bureau spent time reporting in these crucial battleground states. This is what they found.