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

The Sweep: As November Nears, Senate Battlegrounds Tighten. Er—Most of Them.

Plus: Former January 6 investigator John Wood bows out of Missouri Senate race.

The McCarthy-Cheney Split Comes to a Head in Tuesday’s Primary

As Liz Cheney has focused on the January 6 investigations, Kevin McCarthy has boosted her election-denying opponent.

Lawmakers Still Wrestle With Biden’s Chaotic Afghanistan Withdrawal

A year after Kabul fell to the Taliban, Americans and Afghans still struggle with its bloody ramifications.

The Morning Dispatch: A Hint of Inflation Relief

Plus: Republican leaders split over the FBI search of Mar-a-Lago.

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.