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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

Democrats Are Giving Up on Mary Landrieu

It's far more than Keystone. The resilient Louisiana Democrat is facing her runoff alone.

Tester, Wicker Begin 2016 Cycle With Distinct Challenges

New party committee chairs will grapple with recruiting, fundraising and—for differing reasons—a tricky map.

GOP Strategists: Republicans Should Nominate a Governor for 2016

Meanwhile, David Axelrod urges Hillary Clinton to adopt a stronger economic message.

Losing Democrats Already Being Touted for 2016 Comebacks

Several losing Democratic senators swept up in the GOP wave are considered leading prospects for 2016 campaigns.

Elizabeth Warren's Supporters See Vindication in Dems' 2014 Debacle

It's the first round of the Democrats' struggle to define themselves in the wake of their midterm defeat.

In Kansas, Both Parties Scramble to Turn Out Supporters

Pat Roberts hadn't run a competitive race until this year. Greg Orman is an independent without support from either party. How will they get out the vote?

Did Candidates Waste Their Money on Advertisements?

Campaigns have spent over $1 billion to air television ads this year. Most voters can't remember any of them.

Show More from Emily Schultheis

Democrats Are Giving Up on Mary Landrieu

It's far more than Keystone. The resilient Louisiana Democrat is facing her runoff alone.

Tester, Wicker Begin 2016 Cycle With Distinct Challenges

New party committee chairs will grapple with recruiting, fundraising and—for differing reasons—a tricky map.

GOP Strategists: Republicans Should Nominate a Governor for 2016

Meanwhile, David Axelrod urges Hillary Clinton to adopt a stronger economic message.

Losing Democrats Already Being Touted for 2016 Comebacks

Several losing Democratic senators swept up in the GOP wave are considered leading prospects for 2016 campaigns.

Elizabeth Warren's Supporters See Vindication in Dems' 2014 Debacle

It's the first round of the Democrats' struggle to define themselves in the wake of their midterm defeat.

In Kansas, Both Parties Scramble to Turn Out Supporters

Pat Roberts hadn't run a competitive race until this year. Greg Orman is an independent without support from either party. How will they get out the vote?

Did Candidates Waste Their Money on Advertisements?

Campaigns have spent over $1 billion to air television ads this year. Most voters can't remember any of them.

Show More from Emily Schultheis