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Sarah Mimms is a staff correspondent for National Journal Daily, covering Congress. Previously at National Journal, she served as senior analyst for the Hotline, where she covered federal and gubernatorial campaigns in the South. She joined National Journal in August 2010 and went on to cover the intersection of politics and the media during the 2012 elections for the Hotline, while writing a daily tipsheet on national politics and campaigns. Mimms attended Georgetown University, where she spent a year interning for the Washington Post, covering local issues and contributing to the Express magazine. Mimms is a native of Spokane, Wash., and now lives in Washington, D.C.

Latest From Sarah Mimms

Homeland Security Announces Travel Restrictions for 'Protective Measures' Against Ebola

Flights between the U.S. and Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea will now require additional screenings.

Congress Prepares to Offer More Money for Ebola Fight

As they await a White House request, appropriators are beginning to get their ducks in a row.

Poll: How Will Pelosi's Decision to Remain Democratic Leader Affect Her Caucus?

Republican Insiders say it's bad news for the party across the aisle.

Poll: Which Campaign Tactic Should Your Party's Candidates Focus On in the Final Weeks?

"In close elections, person-to-person contact and mail win races," says one Democratic Insider. "Paid TV is overrated."

Watchdog Groups: Give Ethics Office Power to Subpoena

Office of Congressional Ethics supporters say it's hampered by its inability to force witnesses to cooperate.

Wave of Ethics Complaints Hits Top Races

Nearing Election Day, allegations are often designed to generate headlines, not investigations.

In a Republican Congress, Few Gavels for Women

If the GOP wins both chambers, it's likely just two standing committees would have female chairs.

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Homeland Security Announces Travel Restrictions for 'Protective Measures' Against Ebola

Flights between the U.S. and Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea will now require additional screenings.

Congress Prepares to Offer More Money for Ebola Fight

As they await a White House request, appropriators are beginning to get their ducks in a row.

Poll: How Will Pelosi's Decision to Remain Democratic Leader Affect Her Caucus?

Republican Insiders say it's bad news for the party across the aisle.

Poll: Which Campaign Tactic Should Your Party's Candidates Focus On in the Final Weeks?

"In close elections, person-to-person contact and mail win races," says one Democratic Insider. "Paid TV is overrated."

Watchdog Groups: Give Ethics Office Power to Subpoena

Office of Congressional Ethics supporters say it's hampered by its inability to force witnesses to cooperate.

Wave of Ethics Complaints Hits Top Races

Nearing Election Day, allegations are often designed to generate headlines, not investigations.

In a Republican Congress, Few Gavels for Women

If the GOP wins both chambers, it's likely just two standing committees would have female chairs.

Show More from Sarah Mimms