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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

Jockeying Begins to Chair Senate Campaign Committees

Several names are already in the mix to helm the DSCC and NRSC in 2016, when the electoral landscape is likely to favor Democrats.

After Stormy Tenure, Holder's Exit Draws Mixed Feelings on the Hill

The attorney general has been held in contempt of Congress and battled Republicans on multiple fronts.

Eric Holder Will Resign as Attorney General

Holder, who has been attorney general for the entirety of Obama's presidency, is expected to leave office once a successor is confirmed.

Is Cathy McMorris Rodgers More Than a Token?

Her social-media and tech efforts are meant to boost the GOP, but will the highest-ranking woman in the House find the motivation to boost herself?

Poll: How Much Will the Rise of the Islamic State Affect the November Election?

Not much, say most Insiders.

Poll: When Would a Congressional Vote to Authorize Force in Iraq and Syria Most Benefit Your Party?

More than half of Insiders say a pre-November vote would be best.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Show More from Sarah Mimms

Jockeying Begins to Chair Senate Campaign Committees

Several names are already in the mix to helm the DSCC and NRSC in 2016, when the electoral landscape is likely to favor Democrats.

After Stormy Tenure, Holder's Exit Draws Mixed Feelings on the Hill

The attorney general has been held in contempt of Congress and battled Republicans on multiple fronts.

Eric Holder Will Resign as Attorney General

Holder, who has been attorney general for the entirety of Obama's presidency, is expected to leave office once a successor is confirmed.

Is Cathy McMorris Rodgers More Than a Token?

Her social-media and tech efforts are meant to boost the GOP, but will the highest-ranking woman in the House find the motivation to boost herself?

Poll: How Much Will the Rise of the Islamic State Affect the November Election?

Not much, say most Insiders.

Poll: When Would a Congressional Vote to Authorize Force in Iraq and Syria Most Benefit Your Party?

More than half of Insiders say a pre-November vote would be best.

Senate Approves Spending Bill and Syria Measure, Heads for Exits

In its last preelection move, Congress sends the president a bill to arm anti-ISIS forces.

Show More from Sarah Mimms