Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor is a reporter living in Brooklyn. He was the political correspondent for the National Memo and a staff reporter at his hometown newspaper, The East Hampton Star. He's a contributor to Newsweek/The Daily Beast. You can reach him on Twitter @matthewt_ny

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June 26 2012 5:29 PMBob Kerrey's (Sort-of) Helpful Billionaire Backer Warren Buffett
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June 26 2012 1:39 PMElizabeth Warren and Scott Brown Dead Even in Massachusetts Senate Race
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June 26 2012 8:18 AMMorning Round-up: Booed In Boston
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June 25 2012 4:18 PMAre California Republicans In The Third Party Wilderness?
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June 25 2012 11:09 AMSupremes Hand Obama A Political Win On Arizona Immigration Law
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June 22 2012 7:07 PMRomney Is More Vulnerable Than Bush On Outsourcing
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June 22 2012 4:49 PMRomney Camp In Disarray On Immigration
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June 22 2012 9:33 AMLiberals Still Cringing At Super PACs
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June 21 2012 5:42 PMIndiana Tea Party Candidate Richard Mourdock Jumps The Gun On 'Obamacare' Ruling
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June 21 2012 10:59 AMRomney's Immigration Dance Is Risky, Too
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June 21 2012 8:44 AMMorning Round-up: Health Law
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June 28 2012 4:22 PMLeonard Boswell, Iowa Democrat, Wants You To Name His Bull
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June 28 2012 2:21 PMHouse Republicans (Briefly) Celebrate Victory on Healthcare Ruling
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June 27 2012 3:31 PMWill Obama's Immigration Gambit Doom Him in the Rust Belt?
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June 27 2012 8:40 AMMorning Round-up: Charlie Rangel
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June 26 2012 4:15 PMIowa Conservatives Take a Break From Culture Wars
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June 26 2012 10:47 AMObama Goes on the Air With Outsourcing 'Pioneer' Attack
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June 25 2012 6:10 PMWhy 'Obamacare' Is In So Much Danger
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June 25 2012 12:40 PMObama Rebuts 'Doing Fine' Attack Ads
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June 25 2012 8:39 AMMorning Round-up: Pride
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June 22 2012 5:25 PMThe Muslim Rumor That Just Won't Die
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June 22 2012 12:22 PMDems Will Use Adelson's China Ties Against Romney
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June 22 2012 8:45 AMMorning Round-up: Outsourcing
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June 21 2012 2:00 PMDavid Duke Backs Charles Barron In Brooklyn
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June 21 2012 10:14 AMWill Ron Paul Backers Stand In The Way Of Romney's Vice Presidential Pick?
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June 20 2012 5:54 PMWhy The Bloomberg Poll Showing Obama Up Big Matters

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