Tracy Jan

Jan covers national politics as well as healthcare policy in the Washington bureau. Previously she was the Globe’s higher education reporter in Boston. She joined the Globe in 2004 and covered K-12 education, including the Boston Public Schools. Her work has won the National Headliner Awards. A Stanford University graduate, Jan began her career as a crime and courts reporter for The Oregonian.

Latest stories

Trump is hoping women aren’t a lost cause

By , Globe Staff

Donald Trump plans to deploy his daughter to swing states to woo independent women voters turned off by his harsh rhetoric.

Cruz throws a wrench in Trump’s convention

By and , Globe Staff

In a toxic blend of political and personal grievance, Ted Cruz said his prior promise to support the GOP nominee was not irrevocable.


Donald Trump is at the wheel, and road looks rocky

By and , Globe Staff

Trump’s party is one of anger and division, one that is sick and tired of the status quo, and skeptical of all elected officials.

Outside the GOP’s Cleveland gathering, a shadow convention

By , Globe Staff

Republicans who are not supportive of or hostile to Donald Trump nonetheless have been busy, trying to be good party leaders but not associating themselves with the nominee.