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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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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.

‘You’re a damn liar’: Biden has tense exchange with Iowa voter over Biden’s age, son

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Former vice president Joe Biden got into a heated exchange with an attendee at a town hall event in Iowa on Thursday after the man told Biden he was too old to be president and brought up his son, Hunter Biden.

Analysis

Republican impeachment strategy rests in part on conspiracy theories

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Republicans seeded the televised House Intelligence Committee hearings over the past two weeks with the language of right-wing conspiracy theories, as they sought to muddy the case Democrats brought against President Trump.

Analysis

Sondland’s testimony could well add up for Democrats

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In a day that saw Trump-appointed ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland alternatively eccentric and riveting, Democrats zeroed in on his account of what they see as a damning quid pro quo.