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Steve Peoples

Bio:

Steve Peoples joined Roll Call's Politics team in July 2010 after having spent the previous seven years covering state and regional politics (and some occasional mob activity) at the Providence (R.I.) Journal. He edited his college newspaper while earning a bachelor’s degree in media studies from the University of Southern Maine. He later earned a master’s degree in public affairs from Brown University’s Taubman Center for Public Policy. A New Hampshire native and avid New England sports fan, Steve refuses to believe the Patriots’ era of dominance is coming to an end.

Peoples no longer works at Roll Call.

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Stories by Steve Peoples:

Automotive Innovation Drives Growth and Modernization across the Country

March 12, 2015

Automakers are committed to innovation within the industry. Their investments help companies create, embrace, and adapt new technologies in engines and transmissions, alternative fuels, materials and joining, and vehicle-to-vehicle connection and automation. A recent report developed by the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) in Ann Arbor, Michigan details how the industry’s deep commitment to developing cleaner, safer, and more efficient vehicles creates and affects millions of U.S. jobs.

The Auto Industry Is A Huge Job Creator

Jan. 29, 2015

We are particularly proud in the auto industry to continue to have high multiplier effects as we enter 2015, even as we continue to use more automated methods to make our cars and trucks. According to a new report sponsored by the Alliance of Auto Manufacturers, the multiplier effects from automakers remain high. And the job multipliers help explain why our industry is responsible for 7.25 million jobs overall in the U.S. economy.

Cars Move America

Jan. 23, 2015

As Washingtonians enjoy the D.C. Auto Show this week and see the vast array of vehicle choices on display, members of the Auto Alliance are proud to present new data that reinforces the strength of our industry as it continues to help lead U.S. economic recovery.

Cicilline’s Unpopularity Sparks 2012 Primary Talk

June 27, 2011

He may be among the most unpopular freshmen in the nation, but Rep. David Cicilline will run for a second term next fall in deep-blue Rhode Island with the firm backing of the Ocean State’s Democratic machine.

Democrats Run Ad Targeting Chip Cravaack Car Lease (VIDEO)

June 23, 2011

The newly formed Democratic group House Majority PAC will begin airing an attack ad on cable television Friday targeting Minnesota Rep. Chip Cravaack’s car.

Speaker Jumps Into Open-Seat Race in Connecticut

June 22, 2011

State Speaker Chris Donovan is expected to launch a Congressional bid today in Connecticut's 5th district.

Wisconsin Freshman Goofs on Disclosure Forms

June 22, 2011

Freshman Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.), already a top Democratic target, stumbled in trying to fill out a personal financial disclosure form, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which unearthed a series of irregularities.

Between the Lines: Schwarz and Schauer Drawn Out of Old Michigan Seat

June 22, 2011

Republicans plan to pass a new Congressional map that makes Rep. Tim Walberg's (R) district safer for him. But at least one former GOP Congressman from Michigan isn't happy about it.

GOP Regains Financial Footing With Majority

June 22, 2011

Fundraising numbers released this week signal what could be the beginning of a new era in Capitol Hill's money wars.

NRCC Outraises DCCC in May

June 20, 2011

The National Republican Congressional Committee outraised its Democratic rival for the month of May, finishing the reporting period with double the cash on hand as the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Openly Gay Democrat Might Seek New York Seat

June 20, 2011

The list of potential Anthony Weiner successors in New York is starting to grow. Lynn Schulman, a Queens Democrat who ran for the City Council in 2009, has been approached by Queens County officials about a potential run, according to the New York political blog “Capitol Tonight.”

Buerkle Becomes Democrats’ Prime N.Y. Target

June 20, 2011

Democrats believe the road back to a House majority runs through New York. And Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle is perhaps the most vulnerable Republican freshman in a state crowded with GOP freshmen.

Anti-Abortion Group Raps Romney for Not Signing Pledge

June 17, 2011

One of the nation's most outspoken anti-abortion rights groups is putting an unwelcome spotlight on Mitt Romney's anti-abortion credentials.

Special Election Scramble Begins in N.Y.

June 16, 2011

Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner's resignation Thursday creates more questions than answers for the future of New York's 9th district.

Home State Blues: 2012 Contenders Have Tough Climb

June 15, 2011

In the hunt for the White House, the GOP's leading presidential contenders know they would struggle to win the voters who know them best.

Santorum Staffs Up With Loyalists

June 15, 2011

GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum has named his national communications team, a group largely consisting of staffers close to the former Pennsylvania Senator.

Connecticut Poll: Voters Like Murphy More Than Bysiewicz

June 14, 2011

Connecticut voters have a more favorable view of Rep. Christopher Murphy (D) than of his Democratic rival in the Nutmeg State's 2012 Senate contest.

Ex-Rep. Patrick Murphy Asks Supporters to Help

June 13, 2011

He has been out of office for six months, but House Democrats have recruited former Pennsylvania Rep. Patrick Murphy in the fight to rally the liberal base.

N.Y. Democratic Chairman Not Joining Weiner Resignation Chorus

June 13, 2011

Washington’s top Democrats called on Rep. Anthony Weiner to resign this weekend, but the leader of New York’s Democratic Party refused to follow their lead.

2012 Race Steeped in Tea Party

June 10, 2011

Tea party activists are struggling to rally behind a single presidential contender as disparate groups with conflicting priorities balance candidate viability with conservative purity on policies that extend well beyond the spending concerns that spawned the movement just two years ago.

Ex-Rep. Chris Shays Interested in Senate Bid

June 10, 2011

Former Rep. Chris Shays (R-Conn.) told Roll Call he is "very interested" in launching a Senate bid to replace retiring Sen. Joe Lieberman (I).

Maine Redistricting On Tap This Year After Court Ruling

June 10, 2011

Democrats are worried about a court order that will force Maine to redraw its two Congressional districts before the 2012 elections.

Rick Santorum First 2012 Candidate to Run Ads

June 10, 2011

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum is spending money on a radio ad focused on the economy. He’s the first 2012 candidate to buy air time.

Joe Crowley Would Play Kingmaker Should Weiner Resign

June 9, 2011

New York’s quirky election laws give local county chairmen unique power to select each party’s nominees in the event of a special election. And Rep. Joe Crowley, as the Queens County Democratic chairman, will have the ultimate say over which Democrat would run in the 9th district should Rep. Anthony Weiner (D) resign.

Weiner’s Political Fate Still Unanswered in N.Y.

June 7, 2011

Rep. Anthony Weiner insisted he will not resign, but a cloud now looms over the New York Democrat’s once-bright political future. His New York City mayoral ambitions are all but dead, and his hold on his Congressional seat is in jeopardy.

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