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Shane Goldmacher

Congressional Correspondent

sgoldmacher@nationaljournal.com

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

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Harry Reid's 'Koch Brothers' Addiction—in Two Charts

Democrats are name-dropping the billionaire brothers on the floor of Congress.

Group Wants the FEC to Release Redacted Crossroads GPS Document

The group suggested it might take legal action if the document isn't released.

Why the Man Who Ran the Hated Wall Street Bailout Thinks He Can Win Election

Neel Kashkari wants to be California's governor—and he isn't running from TARP to get there.

Running on the Bailout

Neel Kashkari is banking on his Treasury experience to help him unseat California Gov. Jerry Brown.

Republican FEC Commissioners Go Public With Complaints About Mystery Redaction

The GOP commissioners still can't unlock a document that could guide political lawyers counseling campaign clients on how to avoid sanctions. 

Rand Paul Slams Surveillance State 'Drunk With Power'

A harsh speech wins over the UC Berkeley crowd but the Republican senator glides past social issues.

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Why Do Washington's Women Leaders Make Less?

What National Journal's 2014 salary survey says about the pay gap.

Harry Reid's 'Koch Brothers' Addiction—in Two Charts

Democrats are name-dropping the billionaire brothers on the floor of Congress.

Group Wants the FEC to Release Redacted Crossroads GPS Document

The group suggested it might take legal action if the document isn't released.

Why the Man Who Ran the Hated Wall Street Bailout Thinks He Can Win Election

Neel Kashkari wants to be California's governor—and he isn't running from TARP to get there.

Republican FEC Commissioners Go Public With Complaints About Mystery Redaction

The GOP commissioners still can't unlock a document that could guide political lawyers counseling campaign clients on how to avoid sanctions. 

Rand Paul Slams Surveillance State 'Drunk With Power'

A harsh speech wins over the UC Berkeley crowd but the Republican senator glides past social issues.

Rand Paul's Heading Deep Into Democratic Terrain

The conservative 2016 contender wants to lure young and black voters to the GOP, so he's taking his message to them.

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