Following the election, Kevin Schaul and I quickly turned our sights on the presidential transition. Working with Partnership for Public Service, we tracked presidential appointments at the Cabinet and sub-Cabinet levels. On the eve of Senate confirmation hearings, we worked to provide some context for our readers. We aimed to answer two questions: What […]
I worked with reporter Mark Berman, and the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, to visualize the uptick in job-related police deaths in 2016. Read the piece here
This analysis piece, completed on Election Night after the results rolled in, examined the counties that were instrumental in delivering a Trump victory. I wrote the piece and worked with Dan Keating and Kevin Schaul to analyze the data and design the graphics. See the graphic here
Kim Soffen and I worked with the Fact Checker team to produce a library of charts to share with readers when candidates cited or misstated statistics. This was a vital part of our team’s debate coverage and the cards were shared widely on social media and embedded in our live blog posts and next-day roundup. Trump […]
I spent a couple of days reporting and building this graphic detailing Boko Haram’s attacks in Nigeria and neighboring countries. The mapping was done in QGIS using data from the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data project.
Here’s a collection of graphics I worked on during the primary season, in reverse chronological order: Republicans adjusted rules for their primaries after 2012, and it’s helping Trump How a fractured field just might block Trump and force a brokered convention The bad news for Ted Cruz: His Iowa win looks very similar to Mike […]