Jazmine Ulloa

Jazmine Ulloa covers national politics and the 2020 presidential election for the Boston Globe. She came to the newspaper from the Los Angeles Times, where she covered state politics and policy and served a brief stint in the Washington bureau. A native of El Paso, she previously reported on state and federal courts for the Austin American-Statesman in the Texas capital. Her work has appeared in Texas Monthly and the Texas Observer. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.

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Coronavirus consumes Trump’s presidency — and Biden’s plan to take him on this spring

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The 2020 election is now likely to turn on Trump’s handling of the crisis. And some analysts say Biden could benefit from the disproportionate focus on Trump.

Mass. coronavirus cases jump by nearly 800; Baker says 1,000 ventilators en route

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Governor Charlie Baker warned Monday that a surge in coronavirus cases in Massachusetts is expected to start between April 7 and 17th, and said state officials are “taking a look at extending the existing essential-work-only order," and will have an announcement on that on Tuesday.

Amid coronavirus fears, the presidential campaigns of three septuagenarian candidates go digital

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The coronavirus outbreak has brought the 2020 presidential campaign nearly to a halt and forced the remaining candidates -- Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and President Trump -- to avoid large gatherings for town halls, rallies and other events.

In Ohio, a Republican governor has taken aggressive steps to contain coronavirus before becoming an outbreak hotspot

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Delaying Tuesday's primaries was just the latest in a series of bold actions by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine to try to contain the outbreak.