Errin Haines is the Associated Press' National Writer on Race and Ethnicity. An award-winning journalist, she is currently a member of AP’s 2020 politics team, covering the intersection of race and the presidential election. Errin is also a Fall 2019 Ferris Professor at Princeton University, teaching a class on black women and the 2020 election.
Errin’s previous coverage has focused on race, politics and culture, including civil and voting rights, the black electorate, and the emerging modern protest movement. She has worked at The Washington Post, The Orlando Sentinel and The Los Angeles Times. Originally from Atlanta,
Errin is based in Philadelphia with her dog, Ginger.