Caitlin Huey-Burns is a political correspondent for CBS News based in Washington, D.C.
She joined CBS News in 2018 as a political reporter for the streaming network and played a key role in the outlet’s coverage of the 2020 presidential campaign.
Before joining CBS News, Huey-Burns was a reporter for RealClearPolitics, where she covered national politics and Capitol Hill.
She was featured in a New York Times profile of millennial reporters covering the 2016 campaign, and the Huffington Post highlighted her campaign reporting as an example of ways young reporters can revitalize political journalism.
She graduated from John Carroll University with a degree in Political Science and English and earned a master’s degree from Georgetown University. She lives in Washington with her husband and their son.
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