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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

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Republicans' Newest 2014 Weapon: Foreign Policy

In close races, Republicans are planning to attack their challengers over the president's foreign policy.

Democrats Counting on an Early Voting Advantage

With voting underway in some battleground states as early as September, Democrats hope to get less-reliable supporters to the polls.

The 10 Midterm Races That Matter for 2016

A handful of Senate, gubernatorial, and even state legislative races will have implications that echo long past November.

In Governors' Races, Parties Are Spending Money in Surprising Places

Democrats are worrying about winning in Hawaii and Connecticut, while Republicans are nervous about Kansas and Georgia.

The Date of the 2016 Iowa Caucus Is Set. For Now.

Democrats have chosen Feb. 1 for the first-in-the-nation contest, and are hoping that—unlike in recent cycles—other states won't try to leapfrog earlier.

Policy Statements Complicate Joni Ernst's Personality-Driven Iowa Senate Run

The Iowa Republican has the biography of a political star. But Democrats are trying to turn the conversation toward "out-there" statements.

Show More from Emily Schultheis

Republicans Will Need to Sweep to Hold Onto Senate Majority in 2016

Democrats could easily win the Senate back if Republicans only net the bare minimum seats necessary to retake the majority.

Republicans' Newest 2014 Weapon: Foreign Policy

In close races, Republicans are planning to attack their challengers over the president's foreign policy.

Democrats Counting on an Early Voting Advantage

With voting underway in some battleground states as early as September, Democrats hope to get less-reliable supporters to the polls.

The 10 Midterm Races That Matter for 2016

A handful of Senate, gubernatorial, and even state legislative races will have implications that echo long past November.

In Governors' Races, Parties Are Spending Money in Surprising Places

Democrats are worrying about winning in Hawaii and Connecticut, while Republicans are nervous about Kansas and Georgia.

The Date of the 2016 Iowa Caucus Is Set. For Now.

Democrats have chosen Feb. 1 for the first-in-the-nation contest, and are hoping that—unlike in recent cycles—other states won't try to leapfrog earlier.

Policy Statements Complicate Joni Ernst's Personality-Driven Iowa Senate Run

The Iowa Republican has the biography of a political star. But Democrats are trying to turn the conversation toward "out-there" statements.

Show More from Emily Schultheis