Clip -N- Save: The Best State Political Reporters
After a HUGE response to a post earlier this month on the best state politics reporters around the country, we decided to provide a final list of all the people nominated by The Fix community.
Thirty-three states are covered. If yours isn't, stand up and be counted in the comments section below.
A word to the wise: Save this post for future reference. We sure will.
* Arkansas: John Brummett
* California: Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Weintraub, Los Angeles Times columnist George Skelton, San Francisco Chronicle reporters Phil Matier and Andrew Ross, and Sacramento Bee columnist Dan Walters
*Delaware: Delaware Grapevine editor Celia Cohen
* Idaho: Idaho Statesman columnist Dan Popkey
* Illinois: Capitol Fax Blog author Rich Miller
* Indiana: Howey Political Report editor Brian Howey
* Louisiana: Louisiana Political Fax Weekly editor John Maginnis
* Kansas/Missouri: Kansas City Star reporter Steve Kraske
* Massachusetts: Boston Globe statehouse bureau chief Frank Phillips
* Minnesota: Former Star Tribune reporter Eric Black
* Missouri: St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Jo Mannies
* Mississippi: Jackson Clarion-Ledger editor Sid Salter
* Montana: Lee Newspapers reporter Chuck Johnson
* Nevada: Las Vegas Sun columnist Jon Ralston
* North Carolina: Raleigh News & Observer columnist Rob Christensen
* South Dakota: Sioux Falls Argus-Leader's Dave Kranz
* Texas: Texas Monthly senior executive editor Paul Burka, Dallas Morning News senior political writer Wayne Slater, Houston Chronicle reporter Clay Robison, Houston Chronicle reporter R. G. Ratcliffe, Austin American Statesman reporter and columnist W. Gardner Selby
* Virginia: University of Virginia professor Larry Sabato
* Wisconsin: Wispolitics.com editor Jeff Mayers
* West Virginia: Radio host Hoppy Kercheval
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