Liz Goodwin

Liz Goodwin is a political reporter in the Globe’s Washington, D.C. Bureau. Previously, she covered Congress and two presidential elections for Yahoo News. Liz grew up in Galveston, Texas and is still searching for good Tex-Mex in Washington.

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Las Vegas Democratic debate turns into all-out brawl

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The six Democrats turned their sharp disagreements over health care, race, and policing and the very future of the Democratic Party into nothing less than a political cage match.


Warren’s campaign to save the party may not save her

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She's run her campaign in keeping with her anticorruption message, but voters appear more focused on finding a candidate who can defeat President Trump.

N.H. voters get their say in frenetic Democratic race

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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders scored a narrow victory in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, fending off strong showings by former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg, and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar in a result that did little to clarify the journey to the Democratic presidential nomination.

The thrill of the chase, the agony of the choice

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With no clear front-runner after the problem-plagued Iowa caucuses, New Hampshire voters agonized over which candidate to back as the Democratic contenders swept like a snow squall across the state Saturday to insist they were the best equipped to defeat President Trump.