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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All the president’s sheriffs: How one law enforcement group became ardent Trump supporters

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“We’ve got your back, Mr. President,” some sheriffs hollered at a White House event last year.

Is Bernie Sanders the Democrats’ best hope, or their worst fear?

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His rivals warn that the country would never elect him, but Sanders' supporters argue he may be uniquely positioned to win back the White House for the Democratic Party by beating Trump at his own game.

On the road for Joe Biden, John Kerry seeks to rekindle his Iowa magic

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Sixteen years after a win in the Iowa caucuses helped vault Kerry to the Democratic presidential nomination, he's become a campaign surrogate for his longtime friend.


Trump avoids escalating crisis with Iran — but all is not well between the two longtime enemies

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All’s well that ends well? President Trump sought to make that case Wednesday in a nationally televised speech that pulled the United States back from the brink of war with Iran and backtracked on his own Twitter threats in recent days as the two nations exchanged military strikes.