Nate Cohn has rejoined The Upshot at The New York Times as chief political analyst. An excerpt from The Times’ announcement reads:
“He’ll also produce a steady course of ambitious journalism that helps readers understand local and national politics by dissecting trends and offering clarifying historical context.
“In this new role, he’ll remain part of The Upshot — “a place that values experimentation and innovation in journalistic forms — a perfect fit for Nate’s interests and expertise,” said Kevin Quealy, interim editor of the department. Nate will also remain close to the Politics desk, attending story meetings and collaborating with the desk on polls and analytical projects.”
Cohn has also discussed politics on CNN, MSNBC, C-SPAN, and NPR. He was also a staff writer at The New Republic.