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Shane Goldmacher is a congressional correspondent for the National Journal. Prior to joining NJ in 2011, Goldmacher was a Sacramento-based reporter covering California politics and government for the Los Angeles Times. He was the paper's lead budget reporter during California's fiscal crisis. He also covered statewide campaigns, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gov. Jerry Brown and the state Legislature. He previously was a reporter for Sacramento Bee, where he launched the political website, Capitol Alert. Before that, he wrote for Capitol Weekly, a Sacramento-based newspaper that covers state government. A San Francisco native, Goldmacher received his bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley.

Latest From Shane Goldmacher

Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

Flight Risks

When foreign governments host U.S. lawmakers.

Chamber-Backed Republicans Win, But Are They Now Afraid to Govern?

The 2014 primaries are over and the GOP establishment won big. But conservative absolutists think they're winning from the inside.

Bluegrass Battle

Rand Paul's feud with a powerful Kentucky Republican.

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The top eight stories politicians didn't want you to read.  

Why Rand Spent the Week Attacking Clinton's Foreign Policy

Sen.  Rand Paul  (R-KY) began this week by going on " Meet the Press " and accusing  Hillary Clinton  of being a "war hawk." On Wednesday, he blamed her in  Breitbart &n...

Kentucky Senate Race Marked by Dueling Complaints

Neither is expected to be resolved before the November election.

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Can a Recycled Abortion Strategy Beat Cory Gardner in Colorado?

It's worked year after year, but Democrats will have a harder time painting Gardner as an extremist on reproductive rights.

Flight Risks

When foreign governments host U.S. lawmakers.

Chamber-Backed Republicans Win, But Are They Now Afraid to Govern?

The 2014 primaries are over and the GOP establishment won big. But conservative absolutists think they're winning from the inside.

Bluegrass Battle

Rand Paul's feud with a powerful Kentucky Republican.

The Biggest Friday News Dumps (in Politics) This Summer

The top eight stories politicians didn't want you to read.  

Kentucky Senate Race Marked by Dueling Complaints

Neither is expected to be resolved before the November election.

Mitch McConnell Treats Executive to Breakfast in Capitol; Big Donation Follows

The CEO of Delta Air Lines joined the minority leader in the Senate Dining Room in late July, and $10,000 for his reelection campaign soon arrived.

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