National political reporter

Victoria McGrane

Victoria McGrane is a national political correspondent for the Boston Globe’s Washington DC bureau. She joined the Globe in May 2016. She has covered policy and politics from the nation’s capital since 2006, including six years as a reporter with The Wall Street Journal, covering banking policy, the roll out of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulation law, the Federal Reserve, and economics.

Victoria grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and Columbus, Ga., and attended Dartmouth College, where she majored in history. After graduation, she got her first break in journalism by landing a job at The Keene Sentinel, in Keene, N.H., covering everything from fires to city government. She lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, with her husband and daughter.

Latest stories

N.H. voters, advocates sue to block new law toughening voter registration

By Victoria McGrane , Globe Staff

Civil rights advocates say the new rules amount to intimidation designed to discourage voting by groups that tend to favor Democratic candidates.

Businesses fret over Congress’ ability to avoid debt default

By Victoria McGrane , Globe Staff

There’s a chill in Washington thanks to a potential financial and economic catastrophe looming this fall.

Some corporate chiefs have had enough of Trump

By Victoria McGrane , Globe Staff

CEO defections from a White House jobs council are another crack in relationships that normally would be strong for a GOP president.

Elizabeth Warren’s overseas education continues in Poland and Estonia

By Victoria McGrane , Globe Staff

Warren’s five-day trip started in Poland, where she met with US and Polish officials and had dinner with a unit of Army reservists from Brockton.