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Emily Schultheis

Political Reporter

eschultheis@nationaljournal.com

Emily Schultheis is a political reporter for National Journal. Before coming to National Journal, she spent three years covering campaigns and politics at Politico. In 2013, she was one of ten American journalists selected for the Arthur F. Burns reporting fellowship in Germany; she spent two months living in Berlin and covering the German elections for Spiegel International and Politico. A San Francisco Bay Area native, Emily graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2011.

Latest From Emily Schultheis

'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

How Pat Roberts Has Evened the Score

Headliners from across the Republican spectrum are flocking to Kansas to save the GOP's chances at Senate control.  

Brownback, Roberts Feeling Royals Fever in Kansas

Rand Paul's fundraiser tonight for the embattled governor and senator involves a World Series watch party.

Senate Races Overshadow Gubernatorial Contests

Candidates for governor are having a hard time getting airtime in some states.

House Democrats Get Creative With Their Attack Ads

DCCC Chairman Steve Israel wanted his ads to be distinctive. He might save a few House seats, thanks to the extra investment.

Ripped From the Headlines: The Scott Brown Story

If something is in the national headlines, Scott Brown is probably talking about it in New Hampshire.

Senate Republicans See a Win, Not a Wave

The NRSC sees most races headed in the GOP's direction. Democrats beg to differ.

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'House of Cards' Inspires Republican Ad Against Kansas Independent

A new radio ad imagines Frank Underwood as the man who 'hatched the plan' for independent candidate Greg Orman.

How Pat Roberts Has Evened the Score

Headliners from across the Republican spectrum are flocking to Kansas to save the GOP's chances at Senate control.  

Brownback, Roberts Feeling Royals Fever in Kansas

Rand Paul's fundraiser tonight for the embattled governor and senator involves a World Series watch party.

Senate Races Overshadow Gubernatorial Contests

Candidates for governor are having a hard time getting airtime in some states.

House Democrats Get Creative With Their Attack Ads

DCCC Chairman Steve Israel wanted his ads to be distinctive. He might save a few House seats, thanks to the extra investment.

Ripped From the Headlines: The Scott Brown Story

If something is in the national headlines, Scott Brown is probably talking about it in New Hampshire.

Senate Republicans See a Win, Not a Wave

The NRSC sees most races headed in the GOP's direction. Democrats beg to differ.

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