The political reporters you need to follow for tonight’s big primaries

It's the big kahuna of primaries today with six states voting! (And, yes, we are excited.) We've got our preview of what to watch for across the country but also wanted to dig into our best state-based political reporters list -- circa 2013 -- for the people to follow for the news tonight out of Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Kentucky, Oregon and Pennsylvania.


Vera Pope wears a sticker outside the St. Thomas Aquinas Daycare Center voting center after voting on primary election day in Philadelphia May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)

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ARKANSAS

Sarah Wire, Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Andrew DeMillo, Associated Press
Roby Brock, Talk Business

GEORGIA

Jamie Dupree, Cox Radio
Aaron Gould Sheinin, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Jim Galloway, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Greg Bluestein, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

IDAHO

Betsy Russell, Spokesman-Review
Dan Popkey, Idaho Statesman

KENTUCKY

Ryan Alessi, MyCn2
Ronnie Ellis, CNHI news service
Tom Loftus, Louisville Courier Journal
Joe Gerth, Louisville Courier Journal
Philip Bailey, WFPL
Joe Arnold
Joe Sonka, LEO
Sam Youngman, Lexington Herald Leader

OREGON

Jeff Mapes, Oregonian
Harry Esteve, Oregonian

PENNSYLVANIA

Michael Sisak, Citizens' Voice
Salena Zito, Pittsburgh-Tribune
Tom Fitzgerald, Philadelphia Inquirer
Jonathan Tamari, Philadelphia Inquirer
James O'Toole, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Keegan Gibson, Politics PA
Chris Brennan, Philadelphia Daily News
Dave Davies, WHYY-FM
Angela Couloumbis, Philadelphia Inquirer
Mark Scolforo, Associated Press
Marc Levy, Associated Press
Amy Worden, Philadelphia Inquirer
Peter Jackson, Associated Press
Borys Krawczeniuk, Times-Tribune
Tracie Mauriello, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Chris Cillizza writes “The Fix,” a politics blog for the Washington Post. He also covers the White House.
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