was a reporting fellow for The Texas Tribune in 2016. He graduated from Northwestern University, where he studied journalism and political science. Born in London, England, Jamie moved to Washington, D.C., as a teenager, where he has since covered politics for National Journal, high school sports for DCSportsFan, and interned on Capitol Hill. He spent two years as the political director of the Northwestern News Network, where he also hosted a weekly political talk-show. With one American parent, Jamie is following the current debate over natural-born citizenship with particular fascination.
In the wake of a recent bankruptcy filingfrom a private company that operates a Texas toll road, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has dispatched his top transportation official to Texas as his state begins work on a similar project. Full Story
Two of the closest races in Tuesday’s Texas Republican primary may not be over yet, as one candidate is requesting a recount and two others remain unclear which one of them made an expected runoff. Full Story
A private company that operates part of the Texas toll road with the highest speed limit in the country filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, fewer than three years after the section of the road it oversees first opened. Full Story
Former President Bill Clinton made the closing pitch to Texas voters on his wife’s behalf Monday, making stops in Houston, Fort Worth and San Antonio in the final hours before Super Tuesday. Full Story
With over a million Texans casting early votes in the 15 biggest counties ahead of Tuesday's primaries, voters are clearly engaged in the volatile presidential race, particularly on the Republican side. Full Story