Dana Bash


Dana Bash

CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent in Washington D.C.

Dana Bash is CNN’s chief political correspondent based in Washington, D.C. and serves as the network’s lead reporter covering both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. She was the primary reporter covering the 2016 Republican field of presidential candidates and also continues to regularly serve as a moderator for CNN’s political town hall specials.

Additionally, as the network’s chief political correspondent, Bash played a key role in CNN’s 2016 presidential primary debates, serving as a questioner in six of the network’s seven primetime primary debates on both sides of the aisle. Bash also serves as a co-anchor on set in the CNN Election Center for all election night specials and is the primary fill-in anchor for Jake Tapper on CNN’s premier political show, State of the Union.

Bash attended The Common Good Forum - May 14, 2015 as a moderator for the panel Lead Up to 2016 and Beyond: US Politics Now, with Margaret Hoover, Jim McLaughlin, and Robert Zimmerman.

Twitter: @DanaBashCNN