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Jamie Dupree

Jamie Dupree is the Radio News Director of the Washington Bureau of the Cox Media Group and writes the Washington Insider blog.

A native of Washington, D.C., Jamie has covered Congress and politics in the nation’s capital since the Reagan Administration, and has been reporting for Cox since 1989. Politics and the Congress are in Jamie’s family, as both of his parents were staffers for members of Congress. He was also a page and intern in the House of Representatives. Jamie has covered 11 national political conventions, with his first being the 1988 Democratic Convention in Atlanta. His political travels have had him on the presidential campaign trail every four years since 1992, chasing candidates throughout the primary calendar.

He is heard on Cox Radio stations around the country: WSB-AM Atlanta, WDBO-AM Orlando; WOKV-AM/FM Jacksonville; WHIO-AM/FM Dayton, Ohio; and KRMG-AM Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Jamie and his wife Emily live just outside the Beltway with their three children. Some may know Jamie from his other on-air hobby, as he is a licensed amateur radio operator. When not at work or playing with his kids, you can often find him with a golf club in his hands.

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Christie seeks post-debate surge in NH

From Hampton, New Hampshire – Buoyed by his debate performance which included a strong shot at Marco Rubio, Chris Christie was greeted by an energized crowd in the Granite State on Sunday, with just two days of campaigning left until this crucial New Hampshire Primary. “You were on fire last ...

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GOP moves to overturn Confederate flag limits

In a surprise, Republicans late Wednesday moved to overturn limits on the sale and display of the Confederate flag that had been approved a day earlier by the U.S. House, setting up a showdown vote for Thursday on whether the National Park Service should allow sales of the flag and ...

Secret Service did not repair alarm at former President’s home

A new report out today says the Secret Service did not fix an alarm at the Houston, Texas home of former President George H.W. Bush for over a year, instead relying on extra in-person “roving” security. The new report from the Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security said there was ...

IG faults use of Star Trek movie for 'team building'

An internal investigation at the Commerce Department has faulted a 'team building' exercise for a group of government and contract employees involved in a major weather satellite program, where workers first went to lunch and then spent an afternoon watching a matinee showing of a Star Trek movie. "Even if ...

Strikes also hit Al Qaeda splinter group

As the Pentagon announced that the U.S. had not only attacked Islamic State targets inside of Syria, but also an Al Qaeda splinter group described by President Obama as "seasoned al Qaeda operatives," officials said the attack was undertaken to thwart the possibility of a planned terror attack that might ...

6 weeks to Election Day - Governors

From Jacksonville, Florida - While the fight for control of the U.S. Senate has garnered most of the attention in recent months, there may actually be more races for Governor that could go to either party in the rush to Election Day, as the GOP tries to hold on to ...

Obama stimulus law still chugging along

It has been over five and a half years since President Obama signed an economic 'stimulus' plan into law, and even though it was intended to immediately spur new economic growth, money from the original $787 billion package is still being spent by federal agencies in 2014, long after it ...

Obama health law enrollment shrinks

After trumpeting "over eight million" enrollments just a few months ago in the exchanges for the Obama health law, a top Obama Administration official told Congress on Thursday that the latest report on the number of Americans signed up has shrunk by as much as 10 percent. "As of August ...

Whistleblower labels Phoenix VA report a "whitewash"

The former VA doctor who blew the whistle on major troubles at veterans health facilities in Phoenix publicly accused internal VA investigators of downplaying his charges and issuing a report that was a "whitewash," telling lawmakers at a House hearing that he was forced to take his claims to the ...

Special Benghazi hearings begin in U.S. House

Just over two years since four Americans died in an attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Libya, a special committee convenes Wednesday in the U.S. House to further probe the incident, as Republicans vowed to get answers and Democrats accused the GOP of playing politics with the matter. Asked to ...



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