Rae Hodge

Articles Prior to joining The Daily Line as our Springfield Editor, Rae Hodge covered the Kentucky Statehouse and established its first freelance capital bureau. Hodge has provided multimedia coverage of local, state, and international politics for the AP, NPR and

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A.D. Quig

Articles A.D. Quig is a 2012 graduate of Indiana University’s School of Journalism, with a focus on political science and radio. She’s been a reporter/producer at WSBT in her home town of South Bend, Indiana; NPR’s daily call-in current events show, Talk

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Claudia Morell

Claudia Morell

Articles Originally from San Francisco, Claudia Morell began her news career as a reporter for WFUV, an NPR affiliate station at Fordham University. There, she won a national Gracie Award for her coverage of Superstorm Sandy and a local AP

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Ramsin Canon

Ramsin Canon

Articles An experienced urban political operator and attorney licensed in Illinois and California specializing in administrative and municipal law, Ramsin was admitted to the California bar in 2014.

Jimm Dispensa

Articles The original founder of Aldertrack, Jimm has a background in data management and forensic analysis for large municipal government agencies, including his current position at Chicago Public Schools.

Mike Fourcher

Mike Fourcher

Articles Mike’s career started in Washington, D.C. with stops on Capitol Hill, the Bill Clinton Administration and numerous campaigns. His news career has included business consulting for small dailies, alternative newspapers and half a dozen startups.