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Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald is a Reporter/Blogger for ThinkProgress.org and The Progress Report at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Alex grew up in California and holds a B.A. in international relations from Brown University. Prior to joining ThinkProgress, Alex interned at the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS and at the National Journal’s Hotline, where he covered key senate and gubernatorial races. Alex also co-founded and edited the Olive & Arrow, a blog on foreign affairs for and by young progressives.

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Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald

Alex Seitz-Wald is a Reporter/Blogger for ThinkProgress.org and The Progress Report at the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Alex grew up in California and holds a B.A. in international relations from Brown University. Prior to joining ThinkProgress, Alex interned at the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer on PBS and at the National Journal’s Hotline, where he covered key senate and gubernatorial races. Alex also co-founded and edited the Olive & Arrow, a blog on foreign affairs for and by young progressives.

Other articles by this author

The GOP's Not-So-Super Committee

By Tanya Somanader, Alex SeitzWald and Pat Garofalo, ThinkProgress | Report

Budget Deal Cuts ‘Less Than 1 Percent’ Of The $38.5 Billion Claimed

By Alex SeitzWald, Think Progress | News Analysis