About the Writers: Jonathan Mummolo
Jonathan Mummolo joined The Washington Post's Virginia desk in 2007, where he covered a mix of political (and not-at-all-political) stories, including the commonwealth's much-derided "abusive driver fees," the shifting partisanship of Loudoun County, and a farmer in said county who bred "yattle." (That's a mix of yak and cattle, folks.) In August 2008 he took on criminal justice coverage in Prince William and Loudoun counties. His investigation into the murder of a 13-year-old girl revealed shortcomings in the child abuse prevention network in Prince William. He recently moved to the Maryland politics team, and is based in The Post's Prince George's County bureau. Before joining the paper, Mummolo wrote for Newsweek, Newsday and the New York Sun. He is a graduate of New York University, where he studied journalism and history, and he received an master's in American government from Georgetown University in 2007.
Christopher Dean Hopkins
July 1, 2009; 4:07 PM ET
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