Harvest Prude

Harvest is a reporter for The Dispatch. She previously covered politics for WORLD Magazine.

Harvest Prude

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.

The Sweep: What the Youth Vote Might Look Like in 2022

Turnout spiked among young voters in 2018 and 2020. But they are lukewarm on Democrats right now.

The Morning Dispatch: Biden Splits the Baby on New Oil and Gas Leases

Plus: Can Trump’s endorsement get J.D. Vance over the hump in Ohio?

J.D. Vance Hopes for a Boost After Trump Endorsement

Ohio’s Republican candidates for Senate scramble to the May 3 finish line now that the former president has made his pick.

Congress Finally Meanders to a Russia Trade Bill

Plus: A House committee ponders what happens if disaster strikes the government.

The Buckeye State’s Senate Brawl

The lack of a Trump endorsement in the Ohio GOP Senate race leaves much of the field scurrying to be king or queen of the MAGA hill.

January 6 Committee Recommends Contempt Charges for Two Trump Aides

Dan Scavino and Peter Navarro refused to testify and produce documents for the committee’s investigation.

Ketanji Brown Jackson Weathers a Marathon Day Two

Republican senators grill Jackson on sentencing, abortion law, and judicial philosophy.

The House Hits Russia on Trade

Plus: Congress acts to stop 'brain drain' among staffers.

Jaime Herrera Beutler’s Issues-Based Bet

The Washington Republican has bested Tea Party insurgents and well-funded Democrats. Will her focus on local issues be enough to survive a challenge from the MAGA right?