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Josh Kraushaar is the political editor for National Journal, and pens the weekly "Against the Grain" column. Kraushaar has held several positions since joining Atlantic Media in 2010, including as managing editor for politics at National Journal, and as executive editor and editor-in-chief of The Hotline. In addition to his management of The Hotline, Kraushaar plays a critical role in shaping National Journal's overall political coverage.

Prior to working at National Journal, he was a political correspondent for Politico, where he reported on congressional campaigns and managed the "Scorecard" blog devoted to up-to-the-minute coverage of elections. Kraushaar has also served as the editor of House Race Hotline, for which he covered the 2006 election cycle.

Kraushaar has appeared as a political analyst on television and radio, including FOX News, MSNBC, CNN, National Public Radio and C-SPAN.

Latest From Josh Kraushaar

Jeb Bush Is Dismissing the GOP Base at His Own Peril

Republican voters aren't looking for reforms. They want to cut the size of government.

Republicans Should Listen to Their Voters, Not Donors

Don't buy the hype over Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, and Chris Christie. Voters, not donors, will decide the nomination.

Why Marco Rubio Should Be the GOP's Presidential Front-Runner

The Florida senator is barely registering in polls, but he's got the most potential of anyone in the crowded field.

The Curious Case of Jim Webb

Webb's long-shot presidential campaign says as much about the evolution of the Democratic party as it does about his qualifications.

Obama's Agenda Threatens to Divide the Democratic Party

Hillary Clinton's ability to win the White House in 2016 depends on the president moving to the middle, not playing to his base.

Rise of the Republican Pragmatists

Expect the new GOP majorities in Congress to press forward with a governing agenda, avoiding the intra-party conflicts of years past.

Republicans Just Broke Democrats’ Blue Wall

Republicans pick up seats in Democratic-friendly territory, giving the party an opportunity to improve its battered brand.

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