Errin Haines

Errin Haines is editor-at-large of The 19th. An award-winning journalist with nearly two decades of experience, Errin was previously national writer on race for the Associated Press. She’s also worked at the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post.


Content by Errin Haines

The fights for the vote and bodily autonomy are connected, and so are the women who are telling us how

Women of color are in positions of power, leading organizations focused on democracy and abortion and centering the link between the two in the final days of the campaign

It’s been almost 100 days since Dobbs—what has changed?

The ruling on abortion has changed the country, impacting those already most vulnerable and unleashing a new political energy

Americans see the media as critical to democracy—now what are we going to do with that?

Understanding the relationship between voters and the media is critical for those of us whose work tries to bridge the gap

Why women are setting the new midterms conversation

Two GOP women pollsters talk about abortion, democracy and the changing dynamics of this year’s elections

What makes someone presidential — and will she ever be elected?

Errin Haines talks to Ali Vitali about what they both saw during the last presidential campaign, Vitali’s new book and who Americans see as electable

Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi made history, even as they demonstrated full equality hasn’t happened


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