Andrew Egger

Andrew Egger is an associate editor for The Dispatch. He previously covered the White House and campaign politics for The Weekly Standard.

Andrew Egger

The Sweep: The GOP 2024 Primer Concluded

We round out our 2024 list with some celebrity candidates and take a look at a special election in Ohio.

How Misinformation Starts

Unpacking a small-ball COVID vaccine conspiracy theory from this week.

The Sweep: The GOP 2024 Primary Primer, Part Four

Plus: Is it good for the Democrats if bipartisan infrastructure legislation falls apart?

The Sweep: The GOP 2024 Primary Primer, Part Three

The three presidential hopefuls coming out of the last guy's administration.

The Sweep: The GOP 2024 Primary Primer, Part Two

Another batch of plausible candidates—the governors—and some thoughts on publicly funded elections.

The New January 6 Scapegoats

The latest attempt to absolve Trump supporters of planning the storming of the Capitol doesn't hold water.

The Sweep: They Only Need One

An early look at Senate races in Pennsylvania, Missouri, and Alabama.

Can Mark McCloskey Ride Viral Fame Into the Senate?

The St. Louis lawyer's clash with BLM protesters last summer made him a right-wing folk hero and landed him a felony charge. The logical next step: GOP politics.

Understanding the GOP Battle Over Vaccine Passports

Some Republican states have simply said they will not let state and local governments require proof of vaccination; others have forbidden even private businesses from making use of passports.