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About the Bloggers: Miranda S. Spivack

Miranda Spivack returned to Prince George's politics and government in August 2010 after serving as The Post's Prince George's editor from 1998 to 2004. She returned to reporting in 2004 and covered politics and government in Howard County, as well as statewide political campaigns. She then spent five years covering land use, development and politics in Montgomery County. She's a Washington local, having grown up in Fairfax County. Previously, she worked as a Washington correspondent for The Hartford Courant, and as deputy editor of the Post-owned Gazettes, overseeing coverage in Montgomery and Prince George's counties. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, Spivack was a Ford Foundation fellow at Yale Law School. She and her husband are the parents of two daughters who have, for the most part, flown the nest.

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