David M. Drucker

David M. Drucker is a senior writer at The Dispatch and is based in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining the company in 2023, he was a senior correspondent for the Washington Examiner. When Drucker is not covering American politics for The Dispatch, he enjoys hanging out with his two boys and listening to his wife's excellent taste in music.

David M. Drucker

Democrats Win Back the Santos Seat

Tom Suozzi will return to the House, but don’t read too much into a special election.

Ronna McDaniel Plans Her RNC Exit

Plus: Biden surrogates push back on the special counsel report.

Democrats Fret Over Biden’s Age After Special Counsel Report

Plus: Why Adam Schiff is boosting the Republican in California’s Senate primary.

‘Chaotic and Puzzling’: The Implosion of the Border Deal

Plus: Despite the odds, Nikki Haley’s campaign ramps up for Super Tuesday.

The Senate Foreign-Aid-and-Border Package Is Mostly Dead

The Republican House has no truck for the deal brokered by Senate negotiators.

Of Green and Greene

The 2024 financial picture and a spurious censure resolution in the House.

Is There a Future in the GOP for Haley’s Right-Hand Man?

New Hampshire salvaged Nikki Haley’s longshot campaign. It wouldn’t have been possible without Gov. Chris Sununu.

Group Seeks to Boost Democratic Support for Nikki Haley

PrimaryPivot says it has enough money to remain active through the March 12 primaries.

The No Labels Super PAC Ramps Up

Plus: Haley takes aim at Trump following E. Jean Carroll verdict.

Can We Call It Quits?

And: politics vs. football.