Rewire

People

Ally Boguhn

Political and Campaigns Editor

Ally Boguhn is the Political and Campaigns Editor at Rewire. Prior to joining the team, she worked as an associate research director at Media Matters for America, where she specialized in analyzing media representations of reproductive rights and health.


All Work

News Politics

What’s the End Game for Trump’s Baseless Voter Fraud Obsession?

Ally Boguhn

The Trump administration's fact-free voter fraud claims can be traced to the post-Civil War era, when “efforts to impinge criminality and lack of valid citizenships on African Americans were used to justify a myriad of restrictions that many states put ultimately into their constitutions," said Denise Lieberman of the Advancement Project.

News Politics

Trump Reinstates Anti-Choice ‘Global Gag Rule’ Restriction

Ally Boguhn

“Trump’s Global Gag Rule will only lead to increases in unintended pregnancies, unsafe abortions, maternal and newborn deaths," said Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights. "This harmful policy undermines American democratic values of free-speech and imposes an anti-woman agenda.”

News Politics

House Republicans Abandon Gutting of Ethics Office

Ally Boguhn

The effort to strip the ethics office of its power was led by several lawmakers who have been subjected to the office’s oversight, including Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX). Farenthold was accused of sexual harassment, though the office eventually recommended the probe be dropped.

News Politics

Trump Pushes ‘Religious Liberty’ Myths

Ally Boguhn

Trump claimed that many religious leaders support him in the 2016 presidential race but won't endorse him because of the Johnson Amendment, a 1954 provision barring tax-exempt organizations like churches from making political endorsements.

News Politics

Later Abortion Care Takes Center Stage in Critical U.S. Senate Race

Ally Boguhn

“Well, I do stand for the right of women to make incredibly difficult decisions that are medically complex, privately, with her family, with her doctor, and in conversation with her god,” said Katie McGinty, the Democratic candidate in Pennsylvania's U.S. Senate race, after her Republican opponent outlined a misleading description of later abortion care.

Rewire

All the latest news, analysis and commentary delivered to you.

Subscribe

Rewire

All the latest news, analysis and commentary delivered to you.

Subscribe

The best way to promote a free and fair press is by supporting quality investigative journalism.

Thank you for reading Rewire!