National political reporter

Victoria McGrane

Victoria McGrane is a national political correspondent for the Boston Globe’s Washington DC bureau. She joined the Globe in May 2016. She has covered policy and politics from the nation’s capital since 2006, including six years as a reporter with The Wall Street Journal, covering banking policy, the roll out of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulation law, the Federal Reserve, and economics.

Victoria grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and Columbus, Ga., and attended Dartmouth College, where she majored in history. After graduation, she got her first break in journalism by landing a job at The Keene Sentinel, in Keene, N.H., covering everything from fires to city government. She lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, with her husband and daughter.

Latest stories

Warren’s team scouts Boston locations for a campaign HQ. Where could they land?

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A Warren spokeswoman declined to comment for this story. Let us persist in speculating, then.

It’s been a rough few weeks for Warren’s White House hopes. Does it matter?

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Elizabeth Warren is having a media moment, and not much of the news has been good.

Lawmakers push harder to resolve labor dispute at National Grid

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Neither the Senate nor Governor Baker are throwing their support behind legislation that would force National Grid to cover the tab for extending unemployment benefits.

‘There’s a long way from #MeToo to never again’

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At the Massachusettts Conference for Women — the largest women’s conference in the nation — Amal Clooney said we’re living through “a defining moment in the fight for gender equality.”