Sabrina Rodriguez

Washington, D.C.

National Politics Reporter, Voters

Education: Northwestern University, BS in Journalism

Sabrina Rodriguez is a national politics reporter for The Washington Post. She chronicles the evolving demographics in battleground states and the ways candidates, campaigns and interest groups seek to mobilize voter blocs large and small. Sabrina previously worked at Politico, where she covered multiple beats, including national politics, immigration and trade. She is a native of Hialeah, Fla.
Latest from Sabrina Rodriguez

In Georgia runoff, GOP worries about Walker, Trump and party’s future

The Georgia runoff between Raphael G. Warnock and Herschel Walker caps a turbulent midterm election in which voters rejected many candidates tied to Donald Trump.

December 2, 2022

Obama returns to Georgia to rally support for Warnock in tight runoff race

With early voting underway in the Georgia runoff, Obama's mission on Thursday was to energize Democratic base voters for Sen. Raphael G. Warnock (D).

December 1, 2022

Democrat-aligned group pumps money into Georgia runoff ground game

A nonprofit works to invest over $11 million to mobilize voters before the Dec. 6 runoff between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) and GOP challenger Herschel Walker.

November 30, 2022

Second woman renews accusation Walker pressured her to have abortion

The woman, who first came forward last month, offered additional details about her claims against Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker and challenged him to meet with her.

November 22, 2022

Kemp stumps for Walker in show of GOP unity for the Ga. Senate runoff

Gov. Brian Kemp’s public show of support is considered crucial for Senate hopeful Herschel Walker, who lagged behind other Georgia Republicans on election night.

November 19, 2022

As Republicans worry, Democrats welcome Trump’s shadow in Ga. Senate runoff

Both Sen. Raphael G. Warnock (D) and Republican Herschel Walker need to persuade their base voters to head back to the polls just four weeks after the general election.

November 18, 2022

Parties gear up for runoff in Ga., the last outstanding Senate race

Democrats held their majority with Saturday’s projected win in Nevada, but a 51st vote in Georgia would offer a cushion for key legislation.

November 13, 2022

Racial breakdowns for midterms expose shifting electorate

The red wave pollsters and pundits predicted did not materialize, but support for Democrats slipped across the board, including among Black, Asian and Hispanic voters considered integral to the party’s future.

November 11, 2022

In battle for the Senate, the focus is on three states

All eyes are on Arizona, Nevada and Georgia, where Democratic incumbents need to win at least two of those states to retain power.

November 11, 2022

As Democrats see House slipping away, Senate battle intensifies in final days

Candidates on Friday sprinted toward the final weekend before the midterm elections with control of the chamber up for grabs.

November 4, 2022