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Karyn Bruggeman is an analyst covering governor's races for National Journal Hotline. Prior to joining National Journal she was a political analyst for the Atlas Project where she covered campaigns and elections down to the state legislative level throughout the Northeast. Karyn's work has previously appeared in Politico. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a bachelor's degree in government.

Latest From Karyn Bruggeman

Hassan Way Up Over Unknown GOP Challengers

A WMUR Granite State poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center (April 1-9; 387 LVs; +/- 5.0%) has Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) looking safe for reelection to a second term. She lea...


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Beauprez Makes Four on GOP Primary Ballot


Martinez Reacts to Mother Jones Story


PPP Poll: Kasich and FitzGerald Tied


Walker Won’t Commit to Serving Four Year Term


Honour Outraised GOP Field in Q1, Johnson Has Most In the Bank

Dayton's campaign chest far exceeds all of his Republican rivals. 

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Winners and Losers in the Money Race

McConnell, Landrieu, and Hagan do well. Begich and Walsh, not so much.

Meet 10 Millionaires Spending Big Bucks to Win Higher Office

Keep an eye on these self-funders gunning for House districts, Senate seats, and governors' mansions.

Woman Running for Lieutenant Governor? You're Helping Your Running Mate More Than Yourself

Ten men running for governor in 2014 have already picked women running mates. But don't expect many of them to become governors in their own rights.

Why Obamacare's Not Playing in Governors' Races

Republicans' attacks don't translate well into gubernatorial contests, forcing a mixed approach to the GOP's anti-ACA strategy.

Why Pot Won't Help Democrats In 2014

Despite party hopes, there's little evidence that marijuana referenda mobilize young voters to get to the polls.

Democrats Hoping to Contest Arizona Governor's Race

Republican Jan Brewer's retirement creates a wide-open field of candidates looking to succeed her.

Republican Governors Want Christie to Remain Chair of the RGA

Christie kept a low profile in Washington at the governors' meetings, but he's still playing a leading role.

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