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Press Pass

The Bulwark, Joe Perticone, Jim Swift

In-depth reporting on Congress, campaigns, and the way Washington works from Joe Perticone.


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Latest Issues

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The writers behind this newsletter.

  • The Bulwark
  • Joe Perticone

    Joe Perticone is national political reporter at The Bulwark. He previously reported on Congress and campaigns at Business Insider and Independent Journal Review. Follow him on Twitter: @JoePerticone. He can be reached at: [email protected]. more

  • Jim Swift

    Senior Editor

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