New York Times Mention

A New York Times editorial about the Federal Election Commission referenced my column on the same topic and included Commissioner Ellen Weintraub’s comment to me that inter-agency bickering is contributing to the FEC’s mounting work backlog: “Everything gets objected to. Everything requires a lengthy discussion.” Read the New York Times piece here. To see the […]

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Super PAC Slated for Dictionary

Politico’s Dave Levinthal surprised and amused me with the news that the term super PAC is to be entered into Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. Even more heartening than Dave’s fun article was the feedback from friends, colleagues and sources all over town, all of it most kind.  

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CJR Mention

I was mentioned in a Columbia Journalism Review article titled “Required Skimming: Campaign Finance.” I was listed as one of seven “follow-the-money reporters on Twitter” who purportedly offer up up “a continuous reading list of worthwhile work.” (Not always our own.) It was nice to be mentioned in my graduate school alma mater’s magazine. Read the whole article […]

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Moving to Roll Call

Both FishbowlDC and Editor & Publisher were nice enough to mention my move from National Journal to Roll Call. The Fishbowl post concludes: Congrats to Eliza!” I know they say that to everyone who gets a mention, but it still made me smile. Read the whole post here.  Editor & Publisher also did a little write-up here.  

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