Adrian Blanco

Washington, D.C.

Graphics reporter

Education: Columbia University, MS in data journalism

Adrián Blanco Ramos is a graphics reporter in the graphics department at The Washington Post. He previously worked as a data journalist at El Confidencial, focusing on data visualization, data analysis and investigative journalism. He participated in the International Consortium of Investigative Journalist’s Paradise Papers investigation. He also interned at the Spanish international news agency Agencia EFE, Radio Televisión Española and the Times of London.
Latest from Adrian Blanco

Drop in Republican turnout means a bigger win for Warnock

Turnout was lower in the Georgia Senate runoff than in November’s general election, but Democrat Raphael Warnock more than doubled his lead over Herschel Walker.

December 7, 2022

    Tracking Biden’s nominees to fill the top roles in his administration

    Follow the president's progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.

    December 5, 2022

      What Georgia’s past two Senate contests tell us about the runoff

      Georgia is expected be a hard-fought presidential battleground once again in 2024, making any shifts in the state’s electorate important for both parties.

      December 5, 2022

        Here’s which senators voted for or against the Respect for Marriage Act

        Forty-nine Senate Democrats and 12 Republicans voted for the Respect for Marriage Act, which now goes back to the House before Biden can sign it into law.

        November 29, 2022

        More than 1,800 congressmen once enslaved Black people. This is who they were, and how they shaped the nation.

        The Washington Post has compiled the first database of slaveholding members of Congress by examining thousands of pages of census records and historical documents.

        November 28, 2022

        Tracking which 2020 election deniers are winning, losing in the midterms

        Follow live results where 291 Republican election deniers, who disputed the 2020 election results, are winning or losing their 2022 midterm election races.

        November 22, 2022

          Watch how Republican control of the House came into focus

          Race calls from the Associated Press on election night began a more than weeklong race to 218 U.S. House seats in the 2022 midterm elections.

          November 17, 2022

            How election modeling can help us understand who might win

            Election models can estimate where votes are out, giving observers a chance to see where the election might be headed.

            November 8, 2022

            Where Republican election deniers are on the ballot near you

            Nearly 300 Republicans on the ballot in 2022 midterms have disputed the 2020 election results. See which are running near you.

            November 8, 2022

              Maps show the impacts of Hurricane Ian

              Hurricane Ian's impact in Florida shown in maps visualizing precipitation, storm surge or power outages.

              October 1, 2022