Kevin Uhrmacher

Washington, D.C.

Graphics editor focusing on U.S. elections and the federal government

Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA in Journalism and Political Science

Kevin Uhrmacher is a graphics editor for politics covering elections and public policy at The Washington Post. He joined The Post in 2014 as a news designer.
Latest from Kevin Uhrmacher
  • 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
  • Analysis

How the 2022 Senate map is shaping up

Republican retirements are the early story of the 2022 battle for the Senate.

November 15, 2021

    Tracking coronavirus deaths, cases and vaccinations in D.C., Maryland and Virginia

    The novel coronavirus made its first appearance in the region on March 5, 2020. How it has spread since then.

    October 11, 2021

    How House Republicans voted on a commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot

    Thirty-five Republicans bucked party leadership — and former president Donald Trump — and supported the commission.

    May 19, 2021

      How members of Congress voted on counting the electoral college vote

      While a challenge to the electoral college result from some Republicans was not expected to prevail — Democrats control the House and almost every Senate Republican would need to join the effort for their chamber to approve it — it forced a debate, drawing out a process that is usually a formality and forcing lawmakers to choose between honoring the choice of voters or standing with Trump.

      January 7, 2021

        Where Republicans in Congress stand on Trump’s false claim of winning the election

        The Washington Post asked Republicans in Congress three questions. Who won the presidential election? Where do you stand on Trump's efforts to claim victory? Will you accept Joe Biden as the legitimately elected president? Here's what they said.

        December 15, 2020

        Contradictory and confusing White House statements offer an incomplete picture of Trump’s health

        The messaging from the White House has been inconsistent and the American public does not have a complete picture of Trump's health.

        October 6, 2020

          Right-wing voices are dominating Facebook after the first presidential debate

          Conservative media outlets heavily used Facebook to connect with voters in 2016, helping propel Donald Trump to the presidency. Since then, the right’s command of the platform has only intensified.

          September 30, 2020

          Is it too close to the election to confirm a Supreme Court nominee?

          Since 1975, it's taken about 71 days for a president's nomination to be confirmed in a vote on the Senate floor.

          September 19, 2020
          • Analysis

          Where GOP senators stand on quickly filling Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat

          Mitch McConnell and President Trump both signaled their support for swiftly nominating a successor. Here's where GOP senators stand.

          September 19, 2020