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Andrea Drusch is the Senate Correspondent for the National Journal Hotline. She previously worked at Politico where she covered K Street for the daily lobbying tipsheet Politico Influence and worked on the website. She hails from the Lone Star State and is a proud alumna of the Schieffer School of Journalism at TCU.

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