Ashlyn Still

Washington, D.C.

Projects editor focused on election results coverage

Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA in journalism and mass communication

Ashlyn Still is a projects editor focused on election results coverage. She previously worked as a graphics reporter covering elections and politics. Before joining The Post in 2019, she was on the graphics team at Reuters, covering U.S. politics, policy and economics with data and visuals. She has also worked as a news applications developer at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Latest from Ashlyn Still
  • Analysis

How redistricting is shaping the 2022 U.S. House map

The Post is analyzing the 2022 U.S. House map in this redistricting tracker as states finalize their congressional boundaries for the next decade. Republicans and Democrats are going to great lengths to tip districts in their favor and accusations of gerrymandering and lawsuits have followed.

June 29, 2022

How a Supreme Court nominee becomes a justice

Republicans changed the process that a president's nominee to be a Supreme Court justice needs to go through.

March 3, 2022

    Which party controls congressional redistricting in your state

    With potential for gerrymandering and control of the U.S. House at stake, state legislatures and independent commissions are drawing new U.S. House and state legislative boundaries.

    December 8, 2021
    • Analysis

    Competitive House districts are getting wiped off the map

    Fifteen states have finalized congressional boundaries for 2022 midterms, with Republicans and Democrats gerrymandering maps to build competitive advantages, a Post analysis shows.

    November 23, 2021

      With evictions expected to mount, access to rental aid remains uneven

      An anticipated wave of evictions has brought increased urgency to a federal emergency rental assistance program that has left billions in aid untouched.

      September 2, 2021

        Which Biden priorities are not included in the bipartisan infrastructure deal?

        Democrats hope any bipartisan deal Biden signs would be accompanied by a second package of spending passed through a partisan process called reconciliation.

        July 29, 2021

        Amtrak is a top travel choice in the Northeast. With an ally in the White House, it wants trains in the rest of America.

        Amtrak is adding more train routes, hoping to expand across the U.S., with Biden's help

        June 15, 2021
        • Analysis

        A sprawling investigation: What we know so far about the Capitol riot suspects

        More than 400 suspects have been charged so far in the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Here's what we know from court filings and case documents.

        May 13, 2021

          At the 100-day mark, has Biden kept his campaign promises?

          An overall look at what promises Biden has kept or broken during his first 100 days in office.

          April 27, 2021

            Stimulus payments will cover seven months of rent for some, less than one for others

            Depending on your filing status and where you live, your stimulus payment could cover multiple rent bills – or not even a full month.

            March 11, 2021