Senior congressional correspondent and columnist Education: University of Delaware, BA Paul Kane has covered Congress since 2000, when he started at Roll Call with a beat focused on the Senate leadership agenda. He started with The Washington Post in 2007, covering topics such as the congressional response to the 2008 financial crisis and the Obama-Republican fiscal wars. He now writes a regular column on Congress and its interactions with the Trump administration. Honors & Awards:
Dirksen Award for Distinguished Reporting of Congress
The trio of octogenarians — Pelosi, Hoyer and Clyburn — are expected to win another two-year term next week, but what happens in the other races will reveal where Democrats see the future of the party.
The president has peddled unsubstantiated claims about the vote count in the state, where he trails Joe Biden, and the state’s two GOP senators have challenged the credibility of the Republican secretary of state.