Politics Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of politics journalists below. We found 298 politics journalists listed.

Anya Felix


I have a lot to say. I shout my thoughts out into the void that is the internet and the minds of those around me. Think. Blog. Talk. Repeat.

United States of America

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Allyson Miller

Marketing Copywriter

Allyson is a writer, graphic designer, and email marketing queen, known for her occasional puns and sense of humor.

United States of America

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Sarah Mulé

Writer/Photo Editor/Paginator

Writer, blogger, editor, social media manager.

Andrew Manners

Editor, Global Risk Insights / Analyst, PRS Group

Politics and economics analyst with more than six years’ experience in in-depth research, reporting and editing on Sub-Saharan Africa and MENA. Proven track record of composing high-level bespoke articles and reports, with analysis featured in ABC News, ABC Radio National, Sky News, Brink News, Nine Finance, Rappler, Seeking Alpha, and AFKInsider. Technically proficient in CMS Systems and Microsoft Office.

London, United Kingdom / Montpellier, France

Halina Loft


I am at my happiest when I am turning a word over and over in my mind. Stringing a series of words together into a phrase that's silky smooth is pretty good, too. Copywriter and editor based in Brooklyn. Currently of MarketSmiths, formally of WGBH News and NHPR.


Shannon Vize

Content Strategist, MKTG Team Lead

Shannon Vize has been turning her penchant for sarcasm and ability to absorb information on any topic into relatable, witty copy and branded content for a variety of clients and platforms since 2015. She currently develops, writes, and manages the content marketing strategy at Mondo. She enjoys the challenge of adopting different brand voices and transforming complex issues, articles, and ideas into fact-driven, fresh takes the target audience can rely on, while her relatability and unique voice keep readers coming back. She produces her best work when it aligns with her passions: politics, tech, feminism, and the myriad of viewpoints on how the three intersect.


Amberly Moore

Online Content Writer. Creative. Wordsmith.

I'm a passionate, creative, and diverse storyteller. I make a living using my way with words to empower and energize, engage and educate, encourage and express.


Alexandra Rivera

Student Journalist

My full name is Alexandra Rivera, though I prefer to go by Sasha. I am an undergraduate student at Scripps College and I intend to dual major in English and French; I also plan to go to graduate school. I began my journalistic career as a contributing writer and later an assistant editor for the Opinion section in my high school newspaper, The Bull's Eye. I have written for The Scripps Voice and I was a columnist for The Student Life; both are newspapers for my college campus. I am also the new Editor-in-Chief for the Scripps College sector of the Odyssey, an online newspaper and social content platform. Currently, I write for Pink Bubble Magazine. I can write many different types of articles and essays on a diverse range of topics, though I prefer to focus on social justice issues and pop culture. The articles below are some of my most popular, though you can read more of my work on the websites of each individual publication.

United States of America

Kristen Gartland

Implementation Manager

Vertically challenged lover of all thing media and coffee. I am from Troy, Ohio. I attended Troy High School, afterwards I earned my Associate of Arts in Communication Studies from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio. I then earned my Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. I currently work as a digital marketing/social media professional.

United States of America

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Michelle D. Bernard

Attorney, Author, Columnist, Media Commentator and Political Analyst, Journalist & Think Tank CEO

An attorney by training, Michelle D. Bernard is a writer, opinion columnist, blogger, political and policy analyst, media commentator, social critic, author, columnist, public speaker, and president & CEO of the Bernard Center for Women, Politics & Public Policy. She has provided commentary on topics as varied as presidential elections and politics, various Congressional and gubernatorial campaigns and elections; civil rights, social, racial, and gender justice; the political participation and voting trends of African Americans, Latino’s, women and millennials, education reform and school choice, foreign policy and national security issues, and advancing democracy, economic liberty, and the human rights of women and ethnic and religious minorities in the Middle East. She is particularly interested in how national and local politics, policy, and elections affect matters of racial, social and gender justice, national security, terrorism and the military, and the advancement of democracy, economic liberty, and the human rights of women and ethnic and religious minorities globally. and non-governmental organizations. Ms. Bernard is the author of numerous opinion editorials that have appeared in various publications. Also, she is the author of “Naming the Sin: Are Churches Helping to Stop Domestic Violence or Enabling It,” Sojourner’s (December 2013), Moving America Toward Justice: The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1963-2013 (2013), Women’s Progress: How Women Are Wealthier, Healthier and More Independent Than Ever Before (2007) and "November 4, 2008: An Ode to Black America," published in "The State of Black America 2009: Message to the President" (The National Urban League 2009), and "Powerful Beyond Measure," published in "Secrets of Powerful Women: Leading Change for a New Generation" (Lifetime Entertainment Services 2010). In March 2016, she was awarded a distinguished alumni achievement award from Howard University for outstanding post-graduate achievement in the fields of media, journalism and public policy. In 2015, Bernard was awarded the Anvil of Freedom Award for journalism and democracy by the University of Denver’s Edward W. and Charlotte A. Estlow International Center for Journalism and New Media. Later that year, the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University announced that Ms. Bernard was being honored on the University’s Plaza of Heroines. Ms. Bernard holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and political science from Howard University and a Juris Doctor degree from The Georgetown University Law Center.