Aída Chávez is a journalist based in Washington, D.C., covering Congress and the impact of public policy on diverse communities. Prior to joining The Intercept, she worked for The Hill and Cronkite News – Arizona PBS. She graduated from Arizona State University in 2017 with a B.A. in journalism and political science.
Last-Minute Progressive Surge Boosts Kara Eastman in Critical Omaha District
Eastman’s DCCC-backed opponent from 2018 has turned on the Democratic Party, backing the Republican in the district.
Cindy Hyde-Smith Wants to Destroy the ACA. In the ’90s, Her Organization Lobbied for a Public Option.
The Mississippi senator, in a battle for reelection, calls Obamacare “the worst thing that’s happened to us.”
The Coronavirus CrisisNancy Pelosi Is Talking to the White House About a Coronavirus Deal, but Won’t Tell Anybody What’s in It
House Democrats haven’t spoken out one way or another, in part because no one has actually seen the text.
100,000 Ballot Requests Were Invalidated in Iowa After Courts Sided With Trump Campaign
Democratic wins for the presidency and the Senate could hinge on an absentee-ballot snafu affecting tens of thousands of voters.