Rob Brownstein to Join ABC News' Political Team

Will provide analysis across all news platforms during 2012 election
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ABC News President Ben Sherwood announced Monday that Ron Brownstein, editorial director of the National Journal will join the network's political team for the 2012 election.

Brownstein,
a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, will provide lend his perspective
and provide in-depth analysis across all of ABC News' platforms.
Brownstein will continue to write his weekly columns for both the National Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

In an email to the ABC News staff, Sherwood wrote:

Please join me in welcoming National Journal
Editorial Director Ron Brownstein to the ABC News political team.  As
one of the country's preeminent political journalists, Ron will provide
in-depth analysis and perspective across all ABC News platforms on the
issues and candidates driving the 2012 election.

Many
of you remember Ron's incisive contributions to our Emmy-nominated 2010
election night coverage and his penetrating work as a columnist for the
National Journal and Los Angeles Times.

Ron
is a two-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of
presidential campaigns and is the author or editor of six books on
politics and policy.  As National Journal Group's Editorial Director,
Ron is in charge of long-term editorial strategy and contributes regular
features on policy and politics to
National Journal.  In addition to
his appearances on ABC News, he will continue to write his weekly column
published jointly in
National Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

As
we strive to give our audience a deeper understanding of 2012 election,
Ron's many talents and abilities will give ABC News a decisive
advantage.

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