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Mauro Whiteman

Video Producer

mwhiteman@nationaljournal.com

Mauro Whiteman is a video producer for National Journal. Prior to joining National Journal, he has worked for various news outlets, including Reuters, the Associated Press, News21, and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting. Mauro is a graduate of Arizona State University. He hails from Great Falls, Montana.

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