“Where Christian evangelicals worship Trump more than Jesus – key voters stay loyal to president” for The Guardian

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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Pastor Franz Gerber of Praise Chapel Community Church poses for a portrait Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: A billboard referencing divisions in the community due to opioid abuse is seen Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Terri Burl, chair of Forest County GOP, right, and husband Randy Burl, at home Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Terri Burl, chair of Forest County GOP, at home Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Jennifer Nery at home Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Nery voted for President Trump in 2016 but believes she made a mistake and will not vote for him in the 2020 election. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Jan. 2, 2019 in downtown Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Pastor Franz Gerber of Praise Chapel Community Church poses for a portrait Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Jennifer Nery at home Jan. 2, 2019 in Crandon, Wis. Nery voted for President Trump in 2016 but believes she made a mistake and will not vote for him in the 2020 election. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian
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CRANDON, WIS. – Jan. 2, 2020: Jan. 2, 2019 in downtown Crandon, Wis. Crandon, located in Forest County, Wis., voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012 and then pivoted to vote for President Trump in the 2016 election. Photograph: Lauren Justice/The Guardian

Where Christian evangelicals worship Trump more than Jesus – key voters stay loyal to president

NBA Sign Language Interpreter, for The New York Times

Brice Christianson, a sign language interpreter, at Fiserv Forum during a game between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Chicago Bulls in Milwaukee, Wis. Nov. 14, 2019. The Milwaukee Bucks are the first professional sports team in North America to have a sign language interpreter accompany the head coach to his postgame press conferences. Photographed for The New York Times

Acid Attack in Milwaukee, Wis., for The New York Times

I met with Mahud Villalaz for two minutes outside his home in Milwaukee, Wis. as he was healing from being attacked with acid. Villalaz, a U.S. citizen, received second-degree burns to his face and recalled his attacker saying, “You came here to invade.”

Read the article by John Ismay in The New York Times

Presidential Candidate Cory Booker in Milwaukee, Wis. for The New York Times

2020 Presidential Candidate Cory Booker visits the Sherman Phoenix in Milwaukee, Wis. on his campaign tour. Photographed for The New York Times

BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing Communities) in Milwaukee, Wis.

BLOC (Black Leaders Organizing Communities) Executive Director Angela Lang and her team discuss their strategies for informing the public about the upcoming local and presidential election at their office in Milwaukee, Wis. Photographed for Zora.

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Student Loan Debt, for Buzzfeed News

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LAKE MILLS, WIS. – Dec. 6, 2019: Ethan James at home in Lake Mills, Wis. Dec. 6, 2019. James works multiple jobs in an effort to pay down crippling student debt. Photo by Lauren Justice for Buzzfeed News
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LAKE MILLS, WIS. – Dec. 6, 2019: Ethan James at home in Lake Mills, Wis. Dec. 6, 2019. James works multiple jobs in an effort to pay down crippling student debt. Photo by Lauren Justice for Buzzfeed News
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LAKE MILLS, WIS. – Dec. 6, 2019: Ethan James at home in Lake Mills, Wis. Dec. 6, 2019. James works multiple jobs in an effort to pay down crippling student debt. Photo by Lauren Justice for Buzzfeed News
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LAKE MILLS, WIS. – Dec. 6, 2019: Ethan James at home in Lake Mills, Wis. Dec. 6, 2019. James works multiple jobs in an effort to pay down crippling student debt. Photo by Lauren Justice for Buzzfeed News