About Emily Cadei
CADEI, EMILY is a political reporter with Congressional Quarterly’s CQ Politics Web site based in Washington D.C., where she covers House, Senate and gubernatorial races, party politics, interest group activity and national political trends. Cadei joined the CQ Politics staff in November 2008 after serving as co-editor of CQ MoneyLine, the publication’s campaign finance specialty site during the 2007-08 election cycle. A native of Sacramento, CA, Emily earned her bachelor’s from Stanford University in 2002. She began her career at the San Francisco Business Times before coming to Washington, D.C. in 2003 and working as a staff writer for National Journal’s daily political briefing The Hotline. Cadei left The Hotline in 2005, going on to work for a non-profit group training rural female journalists in South Africa, then spending two years in the UK at the University of Oxford earning a master’s degree in comparative government. Her dissertation examined the communications strategies that shaped the debate over the U.S. estate tax. Cadei is an avid sports fan – playing in multiple adult soccer leagues in Washington – and is always looking to squeeze in international travel or trips back home to the West Coast when her schedule allows.
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