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Edward Lee Pitts

Edward Lee Pitts

Lee is the executive director of the World Journalism Institute and former Washington, D.C. bureau chief for WORLD Magazine. He is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and teaches journalism at Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Articles by Edward Lee Pitts
High-stakes states

High-stakes states

The race for the White House could be decided by just nine key battleground states. Here’s an Election Eve preview of what’s at stake

Edward Lee Pitts | The Iraq and Afghanistan wars have produced more amputees than in recent U.S. combat history, but one young warrior and his wife discover life is fragile, and love is bigger

The third and last presidential debate between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney will focus on foreign policy

With a tightening race for the White House, battleground states face a continuing stream of campaign ads


Edward Lee Pitts | Republicans, pointing to the success of free market policies in Virginia, are poised to make historic gains in governorships across the country

Edward Lee Pitts | Republican chances of taking the Senate aren’t being helped by 36-year Senate veteran Dick Lugar’s grudge against the primary opponent who dared defeat him

Thursday night’s vice presidential debate should refocus the campaign on serious issues

Edward Lee Pitts | Shaped by his mother, his mentor, and his faith, Congressman Tim Scott has broken barriers in seeking public service

A fired-up Mitt Romney challenges a sluggish President Obama on his record in the first presidential debate