Top 10 Washington Post Political Staffers on Twitter

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Whether you are looking for a quick read or long-form reporting, The Washington Post has been providing the latest global and news out of Washington since 1877. For a roundup of political news, follow the paper’s top political staffers on Twitter. This list includes the most influential political staffers at The Washington Post on Twitter, by volume of followers. Using Cision’s media database, we compiled the list below based on Cision’s proprietary research. All numbers were pulled February 18, 2015.


1.  Chris Cillizza – White House Staff Writer – 243,947


2.  Wesley Lowery – Politics Reporter – 110,856


3.  Jonathan Capehart – Editorial Page Writer – 109,566


4.  E.J. Dionne – Contributing Politics Columnist – 80,150


5.  Robert Costa – National Politics Reporter – 68,335


6.  Karen Tumulty – National Political Correspondent – 52,181


7.  Dan Balz – Chief Correspondent – 41,785


8.  Dana Milbank – Columnist – 34,954


9.  Reid Wilson – Politics Staff Writer – 32,511


10.  Philip Rucker – National Political Correspondent – 22,369


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