Skip Navigation

Close and don't show again.

Your browser is out of date.

You may not get the full experience here on National Journal.

Please upgrade your browser to any of the following supported browsers:

Jack Fitzpatrick Jack Fitzpatrick

NEXT :
This ad will end in seconds
 
Close X

Not a member or subscriber? Learn More »

Forget Your Password?

Don't have an account? Register »

Reveal Navigation
 

 

Jack Fitzpatrick is a staff correspondent at National Journal. He has previously written for USA TODAY, NBCNews.com, Slate, The Arizona Republic and other newspapers and websites. He graduated from Arizona State University with a master's degree in mass communication and a bachelor's degree in journalism.

Latest From Jack Fitzpatrick

American Action Network Runs Ad on Bishop's Ethics Issues

American Action Network Ad Hits Takai on Taxes

Boehner to Campaign for Three House Republican Candidates

Moulton Paints Tisei as Political Insider in Debate

Hillary Clinton to Campaign for Maloney

NRCC Ad Contrasts Candidates on Spending, Taxes

House Majority PAC Ad Says Mills, Koch Brothers 'Don't Care About You'

Show More from Jack Fitzpatrick

House Dems Spend Another $1.3 Million on TV to Prevent Losses

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is spending more to support five members in Illinois, Minnesota, New York, and West Virginia.

Moulton Leads Democratic Poll in Race for Massachusetts House Seat

A House Majority PAC survey shows the Democrat up by 11 points, but this contest is far from settled.

Democrats Add $1.8 Million in Seats Targeted by Republicans

The DCCC is adding air time in five media markets.

Giffords Gets Aggressive on Gun Issues

The former Arizona congresswoman—severely wounded in a 2011 shooting—has a gun-control PAC running tough TV ads in districts around the country.

Republican Poll Shows Dead Heat Between Tisei, Moulton

House Democrats Pull Ad Buy From Coffman's Colorado District

GOP Rep. Mike Coffman has been one of House Democrats' top targets, but the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is now canceling ad buys in his district.

The Hotline's House Race Rankings: The 30 Districts Most Likely to Change Hands in November

Republicans are on offense in the House and will likely pick up seats in this election. But Democrats still have a few opportunities on the board, too.

Show More from Jack Fitzpatrick