This graphic allows readers to find out more about an important consequence of the 2018 elections: many elected officials chosen this November will redraw U.S. House districts after the 2020 Census. We contacted experts, culled data from various sources and integrated robo-text sentences to easily explain the importance of elections in different states.
In our team’s first 2020 graphic, I worked with politics reporter Michael Scherer to keep a list of possible contenders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. Because it’s very early in the cycle, we felt it was OK to take a more delightful approach. There is also a lot of uncertainty about what people will […]
We set out to cover the rush of female candidates running for office in 2018. We tried to take a more personal approach to the story, devoting reporting resources to introduce more information about the women running and what their individual races might entail. See the graphic here
These lawmakers might want to consider crossing the aisle in the 115th Congress What Jeff Flake’s retirement foretells about the Senate in 2018 Can Democrats win back the House in 2018? It’ll be tough.
We tracked changes in state Obamacare exchanges as they were announced with this graphic.
Looking to build off the success of previous photo visualizations, I enlisted The Fix’s Amber Phillips to help identify key moments in the speech and what was telling about the crowd’s reactions. Read the piece here