Reporter covering D.C. politics and government Education: Yale University, BA in English
Peter Jamison writes about politics and government in the District of Columbia. Before joining The Washington Post, he covered the L.A. mayor's office for the Los Angeles Times and police and courts for the Tampa Bay Times.
Honors & Awards:
Finalist, Livingston Awards for Young Journalists, 2010
Finalist, Livingston Award for Young Journalists, 2007
Best Food Writing 2009
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, 1st place, Investigative Reporting, 2008
The nation’s stark divide was on full display in Washington Friday as Donald J. Trump became America’s 45th president amid joyous roars of support and eruptions of chaos throughout the city, including the removal of a half-dozen protesters who tried to disrupt the swearing-in ceremony.