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Jeff Zeleny

Jeff Zeleny

Jeff Zeleny is a political correspondent for The New York Times

Prior to joining The New York Times in September 2006, he was a national political correspondent for the Chicago Tribune.

Mr. Zeleny joined the Chicago Tribune in 2000 as a reporter on the Metropolitan desk in Chicago, where he was a member of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize in explanatory journalism for documenting gridlock in the nation's air traffic system.

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Jeff Zeleny

Jeff Zeleny

Jeff Zeleny is a political correspondent for The New York Times

Prior to joining The New York Times in September 2006, he was a national political correspondent for the Chicago Tribune.

Mr. Zeleny joined the Chicago Tribune in 2000 as a reporter on the Metropolitan desk in Chicago, where he was a member of the reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize in explanatory journalism for documenting gridlock in the nation's air traffic system.

Other articles by this author

At Outsize Ritual of the Straw Poll, GOP Candidates Jockey for Position

By Jeff Zeleny and Michael D Shear, The New York Times News Service | Report

Daniels Is Out, in Another Jolt to GOP Field

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