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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.

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Poll: Which Potential 2016 Presidential Contender Was Damaged Most by the Midterms?

To Democratic Insiders, it's clear: "It's over for O'Malley, and it hadn't even gotten off the ground." But Republicans say Clinton was hurt just as badly.

Poll: Which Potential 2016 Presidential Contender Benefited Most From the Midterms?

Hillary Clinton is "the only person all Dems can bring in—and she worked overtime to try to salvage what Obama and the Left ruined," says one Democrat.

Did Rand Paul’s NSA Vote Fight Government Spying, or Protect It?

The libertarian says his opposition to a Senate bill protected Americans' privacy. Privacy advocates disagree.

Mike Enzi Makes Push to Chair Senate Budget Committee

The move would push Jeff Sessions out of the top GOP slot.

Why Did Bill Nelson and Rand Paul Vote Against NSA Reform?

Confusion over the lone Democratic "no" vote ratchets up pressure on Rand Paul.

Here's How Senators Voted on the Keystone Bill

Incoming Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to again take up the legislation early in the next Congress, when it is expected to pass easily.

NSA Reform Stalls, Rand Paul Votes No

The defeat marks an abrupt setback for the post-Snowden movement to rein in U.S. spying practices.

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Poll: Which Potential 2016 Presidential Contender Was Damaged Most by the Midterms?

To Democratic Insiders, it's clear: "It's over for O'Malley, and it hadn't even gotten off the ground." But Republicans say Clinton was hurt just as badly.

Poll: Which Potential 2016 Presidential Contender Benefited Most From the Midterms?

Hillary Clinton is "the only person all Dems can bring in—and she worked overtime to try to salvage what Obama and the Left ruined," says one Democrat.

Did Rand Paul’s NSA Vote Fight Government Spying, or Protect It?

The libertarian says his opposition to a Senate bill protected Americans' privacy. Privacy advocates disagree.

Mike Enzi Makes Push to Chair Senate Budget Committee

The move would push Jeff Sessions out of the top GOP slot.

Why Did Bill Nelson and Rand Paul Vote Against NSA Reform?

Confusion over the lone Democratic "no" vote ratchets up pressure on Rand Paul.

Here's How Senators Voted on the Keystone Bill

Incoming Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to again take up the legislation early in the next Congress, when it is expected to pass easily.

NSA Reform Stalls, Rand Paul Votes No

The defeat marks an abrupt setback for the post-Snowden movement to rein in U.S. spying practices.

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