Kati Perry

Washington, D.C.

Education: MS in Geography at University of Oregon, BS in Geography and BA in Spanish at University of Southern Mississippi

Kati Perry joined the graphics team at the Washington Post in 2022 and focuses on politics. She previously worked as a data visualization developer and reporter at the Associated Press. Kati completed her Master's degree in Geography at the University of Oregon and as an undergraduate, studied Geography and Spanish at the University of Southern Mississippi. She completed a Fulbright grant in Madrid in 2017.
Latest from Kati Perry

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

    Where voter turnout exceeded 2018 highs

    A smaller share of Americans appear to have voted in this midterm than the last, but in some states, voter enthusiasm exceeded the high mark set in 2018.

    November 19, 2022

      When do presidential candidates announce? Trump’s 2024 bid comes early.

      Trump announced a bid almost two years before the 2024 general election. Here's when other candidates started their presidential campaigns.

      November 17, 2022

        Here’s how abortion access fared in the midterm elections in nine states

        Follow live results in nine states where abortion-related ballot measures and contests for governor and state legislatures could alter control of abortion laws.

        November 10, 2022

        Check the voter registration deadline in your state

        About 20 states will allow same-day voter registration for the 2022 midterm elections. In the others, voters will need to register before the deadlines listed.

        September 20, 2022