Harvest Prude

Harvest Prude is a reporter at The Dispatch and is based in Alexandria, Virginia. Prior to joining the company in 2021, she reported on national politics for WORLD Magazine. When Harvest is not covering Congress, immigration, or the courts for The Dispatch, she is probably curled up with a novel, longboarding around her neighborhood, or scrambling an egg.

Harvest Prude

Johnson Faces Another Badger State Senate Battle

The Wisconsin Republican doesn’t have primary competition, but he faces headwinds in November as Democrats try to flip a key Senate seat.

Mass Shootings Reignite Gun Control Debate in Washington

Plus: Who's helping Ukrainian refugees?

Trump Tests His Influence in North Carolina

Ted Budd looks to become the GOP’s Senate nominee, and scandal-plagued Rep. Madison Cawthorn faces his own crowded primary challenge.

Protest Block Parties

Inside the groups picketing outside Supreme Court justices’ homes in the wake of the abortion draft opinion leak.

House and Senate Set to Hash Out China Competition Bill

Plus: A Uyghur advocate, born in a Chinese prison, shares insights from his new book.

Capitol Hill Reacts to the Leaked SCOTUS Draft

Amid long-shot calls to nuke the filibuster and codify Roe, Democrats focus on this year’s midterms.

Ohio’s Wild Primary Comes to a Close

Donald Trump’s endorsement and late bumps in the polls turned the race upside down in its final weeks.

Kevin McCarthy Does Damage Control

Plus: All eyes on immigration.

Ohio’s Map-Making Merry-Go-Round

The Buckeye State is stuck in a Sisyphean cycle of court fights over gerrymandered maps, despite past reform.