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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

Braley's Missteps Have Democrats Worried in Iowa

The race has been seen as tightening since GOP candidate Joni Ernst won the June 3 primary, and polls find the race is now a toss-up.

Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

Republicans Keeping Their Faith in Scott Brown

Despite polls showing him struggling to make inroads in New Hampshire, Republicans insist he'll surprise the skeptics.

Red-State Democrats Turn to Their Families for Campaign Help

Vulnerable Democratic senators realize their last names may be their biggest assets.

How Ethnicity Weighs on Hawaii's Democratic Primary

Ethnicity issues simmer just below the surface in the toughest Democratic primary of the 2014 season.  

Is There Any Democrat Elizabeth Warren Won't Endorse?

Obama is unpopular, and the Clintons are occupied, leaving Democrats with few surrogates better than Warren to help keep the Senate from switching.   

The Todd Akin of 2014 Is … Todd Akin

No Republican has spouted offensive stuff nearly as well as the 2012 candidate, something Democrats can lament as they are denied a GOP bogeyman this election year.  

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Braley's Missteps Have Democrats Worried in Iowa

The race has been seen as tightening since GOP candidate Joni Ernst won the June 3 primary, and polls find the race is now a toss-up.

Handicapping the Democratic Convention Sites for 2016

Philadelphia and Brooklyn are looking like early front-runners to host.

Republicans Keeping Their Faith in Scott Brown

Despite polls showing him struggling to make inroads in New Hampshire, Republicans insist he'll surprise the skeptics.

Red-State Democrats Turn to Their Families for Campaign Help

Vulnerable Democratic senators realize their last names may be their biggest assets.

How Ethnicity Weighs on Hawaii's Democratic Primary

Ethnicity issues simmer just below the surface in the toughest Democratic primary of the 2014 season.  

Is There Any Democrat Elizabeth Warren Won't Endorse?

Obama is unpopular, and the Clintons are occupied, leaving Democrats with few surrogates better than Warren to help keep the Senate from switching.   

The Todd Akin of 2014 Is … Todd Akin

No Republican has spouted offensive stuff nearly as well as the 2012 candidate, something Democrats can lament as they are denied a GOP bogeyman this election year.  

Show More from Emily Schultheis