Marianne LeVine

Reporter, The Washington Post

After eight years as a reporter for Politico, most recently covering the Senate, Marianne LeVine joined The Washington Post in April 2023 as national political reporter to focus on the 2024 election. She previously covered lobbying and co-authored Politico Influence. Prior to her stint on the lobbying beat, Marianne covered labor policy for Politico Pro, writing about regulations related to overtime pay, retirement advice, and occupational health and safety. Her reporting in 2016 about domestic abuse allegations against President Donald Trump's first nominee for labor secretary, Andrew Puzder, was a key part of the debate surrounding his nomination, which he ultimately withdrew. Prior to working at Politico, Marianne was an intern in the Los Angeles Times' Washington, DC bureau.

Marianne graduated from Stanford University in 2013, with degrees in International Relations and French, and completed Stanford's Graduate Program in Journalism in 2014.