Audrey Fahlberg

Audrey is a reporter for The Dispatch covering Congress and campaigns. She was previously a Bartley Fellow at the Wall Street Journal and studied politics at the University of Virginia. Follow her on Twitter: @AudreyFahlberg.

Audrey Fahlberg

House Republicans Begin to Pick Up the Pieces

GOP leaders find themselves with a slim majority—and questions about how to avoid disappointment again.

The Messy Speakership Battle to Come

Mystery candidates, McCarthy’s math, and how a compromise might emerge.

The Pennsylvania GOP’s Pushover Primary

Some Republicans in the Keystone State say this year’s election results show ‘how weak’ their party is.

Explaining New York’s Red Wave

Can Republicans build on the pickups they made in the Empire State?

The Sweep: What Just Happened?

Democrats didn’t exactly win, but Republicans definitely lost.

Ditch Mitch?

A handful of GOP senators want to delay Wednesday’s party leadership vote, but they have yet to offer an alternative to Mitch McConnell.

When Notoriety Won’t Win Elections

Democratic candidates such as Beto O’Rourke and Stacey Abrams get lots of attention and millions in donations but keep coming up short.

What the Republican Ripple Means for Biden in 2024

A good night for his party could complicate efforts to push the president aside ahead of 2024.

The Sweep: It’s Election Day!

Why you should ignore the early vote, and why bad polls might be good for democracy.

Will Colorado Choose a ‘Republican Joe Manchin’?

Senate candidate Joe O’Dea walks a fine line between touting his independence and alienating Colorado’s GOP base.