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.
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