I am thrilled to announce that I’ll be joining National Journal full-time a week from tomorrow as a web producer for Hotline.

From my new office at The Watergate (yes, that Watergate), I’ll be working with Hotline Editor-in-Chief Scott Bland and the amazing political team there to cover every national political race.

Hotline is a paywalled, customizable, subscriber-only product covering all 435 Congressional races as well as each election cycle’s batch of Senate and gubernatorial contests, providing “exclusive insight on politics, polling, and campaign developments culled from more than 2,500 media sources, as well as campaign finance reports from the Federal Election Commission.”

And I’ll be putting it all together. I’m charged with combining the phenomenal reporting of the staff and presenting the news our readers need to know about the races they care about.

This is nothing less than a dream job coming out of school. It’s truly an honor, just after graduation from American University, to stay in my home of four years, Washington, D.C., and dive head-first into national political reporting. I’ve always respected Atlantic Media, my new employer, for its dedication to producing excellent and thought-provoking journalism through its many brands, including The Atlantic, Quartz, The Wire, Government Executive Media Group and more.

What happens (or doesn’t happen) in Washington depends on what happens in your home district. I can’t wait to get started.