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“Lawsuits, Arrests and Allegations: The Georgia’s Governor’s Race Continues,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“As Trump Tweets And Brian Kemp Declares Victory, The Stacey Abrams Campaign Is Chasing Ballots,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“Stacey Abrams Holds Out Hope In The Georgia Governor’s Race,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“Voters Ask A Federal Judge To Bar Brian Kemp From Counting Ballots In Georgia,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“In Predominantly Black Atlanta Neighborhoods, Voters Say There Aren’t Enough Machines,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“Brian Kemp Enlists Donald Trump to Build A ‘Big, Red, Beautiful Wall’ Around Georgia,” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“Are Police Targeting Get Out The Vote Efforts In Georgia?” The New Yorker, November 2018 | link

“How ‘Religious Freedom’ Laws Became a Flashpoint in the Georgia Governor’s Race,” The New Yorker, October 2018 | link

“Getting Out The Vote For Stacey Abrams in a Borrowed Limousine,” The New Yorker, October 2018 | link

“Stacey Abrams Still Believes That She Can Win Over Conservative Georgians,” The New Yorker, October 2018 | link

“‘Free Solo,’ A Documentary About The Hardest Climb In History,” The New Yorker, October 2018 | link

“Rural Georgians Want Medicaid, But They’re Divided On Stacey Abrams, The Candidate Who Wants To Expand It,” The New Yorker, October 2018 | link

“Could Smithfield Foods Have Prevented the ‘Rivers of Hog Waste’ in North Carolina After Florence?” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“After Florence, Manure Lagoons Breach, And Residents Brace For The Rising Filth,” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“With Florence, The Trump Administration Gets A Second Chance To Do Hurricane Recovery Right” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Whiteville, North Carolina, Watches The Floodwaters From Florence Rise” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Hurricane Florence Hits North Carolina, The ‘Cesspool of The United States'” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“In Charleston, South Carolina, the Hurricane Parties Continue as Florence Approaches” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Getting Out of Wilmington Before Hurricane Florence Hits” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Alex Honnold Climbs Halfway Up A New Jersey Skyscraper” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Trump Reportedly Called Sessions a ‘Dumb Southerner.’ What Do Alabama Republicans Think of That?” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“Alex Honnold Tests The Peaks of Jersey City,” The New Yorker, September 2018 | link

“A Win In The Battle To Vote In Georgia,” The New Yorker, August 2018 | link

“Can Gun Control Win In Georgia,” The New Yorker, August 2018 | link

“The Georgia Governor’s Race, As Seen By An Atlanta Barbershop’s Influential Patrons,” The New Yorker, August 2018 | link

“News Outlets Are Prewriting Stories About Officials Getting Fired To Keep Up With The Trump Era,” The New Yorker, August 2018 | link

“The Disturbing World of Jim Carrey’s Anti-Trump Cartoons,” The New Yorker, August 2018 | link

“A Company Owner Asks His Customers For Understanding—And Help—After Raising Prices In The Wake of Trump’s Steel Tariffs,” The New Yorker, July 2018 | link

“A Capital Gazette Reporter Prepares To Cover The Trial Of The Suspected Killer Of His Colleagues,” The New Yorker, July 2018 | link

“A Capital Gazette Alum Returns To Annapolis,” The New Yorker, July 2018 | link

“Putting Out The Capital Gazette, A Week After The Shootings,” The New Yorker, July 2018 | link 

“When All Else Fails, There Is Mud,” The Bitter Southerner, June 2018 | link 

“Relations,” The New Yorker, June 2018 | link 

“The Teen Inventor Trying To Protect Other People From Being Shot At School,” The New Yorker, May 2018 | link 

“What Two Starbucks Employees Made Of The Company’s Anti-Bias Training,” The New Yorker, May 2018 | link 

“Stacey Abrams Makes History In The Georgia Primary,” The New Yorker, May 2018 | link