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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

RGA Gives $2.5 Million to Rauner


Carter Legacy Continues to Complicate Grandson’s Bid

Former Republican legislator files ethics complaint against Carter.


LCV-Sponsored PPP Poll Has Abercrombie Trailing in Primary

The Honolulu Star Advertiser endorses Abercrombie ahead of Aug. 9 election. 


Woman Blames Obama for Brother’s Death in Ducey Ad


Christie to Visit Kansas in August


Snyder Outraises Schauer in First Half of 2014

The incumbent Republican governor also reported more cash on hand.


Pro-Grossman Super PAC Attacks Coakley on Gun Laws in First Ad

Baker winning fundraising race in depth and breadth of donations, which have come from all but 50 towns across the state.

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The One 2014 Primary Highlighting the Democratic Divide

Democrats have mostly avoided high-profile primary fights this year. But the one in Rhode Island highlights the differences across wings of the party.

Deval Patrick Hits the 2014 Campaign Trail

As his party searches for campaign surrogates, the Massachusetts governor says he wants to stump for Democratic candidates around the country this year.

GOP Looks to Governor Prospects for Senate Help

Republicans think well-positioned gubernatorial candidates might aid their states' Senate candidates.  

Can Charlie Crist Ride Out Rick Scott’s Media Storm?

The Republican-turned-Democrat had a 10 point lead over Florida's incumbent governor throughout 2013, but a GOP spending blitz has tightened the race.

Can a Democrat Win in Kansas?

Warning signs suggest Gov. Sam Brownback might be vulnerable, but can Democrats defy the national environment?

Will Anthony Brown Become the Third Elected Black Governor in U.S. History?

Maryland will likely do more than elect a new governor this year as Martin O'Malley steps aside.

Why Nevada's Top Politicians Got Involved in the Lieutenant Governor's Race

Harry Reid and Brian Sandoval may be eyeing short-term ramifications in 2016, but they're also trying to build their parties for the long run.

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