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

A Tale of Two GOP Responses to the Trump Search

McCarthy, McConnell strike different tones on the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago probe.

In-Cycle Democrats Walk a Tightrope on Biden’s Unfavorability

With midterm elections looming, Democrats face more questions about their support for the president in 2024.

The Morning Dispatch: Another Election Denier Clinches a Governor’s Primary

Plus: The Senate votes overwhelmingly to clear Finland and Sweden’s inclusion in NATO.

The Sweep: What We Learned

A pro-life constitutional amendment fails in Kansas, and Trump-endorsed candidates fare well in Arizona.

Joe Kent’s Tumultuous Campaign Comes to a Close

The candidate in Washington state’s 3rd District has made headlines for his controversial foreign policy views, 2020 election denialism, and far-right ties.

Dem Campaign Chiefs Tell Different Stories on GOP Primary Meddling

The senator running Democrats’ election strategy says his party shouldn’t boost election-denying Republicans in primaries. His House counterpart disagrees.

Toomey Will Support Dr. Oz But Stays Mum on Mastriano

Pennsylvania’s retiring senator had previously declined to endorse in the race for his seat.

The Sweep: Reading Between the Lines on Voter Registration

The numbers are helpful for political scientists to study voter trends over decades. For political operatives? Not so much.

Democrats’ Elephant in the Room: Joe Biden’s Unpopularity

Congressional Democrats are becoming more vocal in their concerns about the president's low approval ratings.