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.
The Coronavirus CrisisTyson Foods Tapped Latino Civil Rights Group for Pandemic PR
Tyson, facing lawsuits over its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak, tapped LULAC for a publicity push over its safety record.
Election 2020Democrats Underperformed Among Voters of Color — Except in Arizona. Here’s Why.
Even as Democrats ran up big numbers among suburban and college-educated voters, their support among voters of color eroded.
Election 2020Mike Siegel’s Ambitious Progressive Platform Falls Short in Deep-Red Texas
Siegel failed to match his 2018 performance, coming in almost 7 points behind Rep. McCaul on Tuesday.
Election 2020J.D. Scholten, a Progressive Who Almost Unseated Steve King, Concedes in Iowa Race
Scholten rejected the possibility of help from the DCCC, saying that he didn’t need their support to win.