Li Zhou is a politics reporter at Vox where she covers Congress and elections. Previously, she was a tech policy reporter at Politico and an editorial fellow at the Atlantic.
Li has covered politics for seven years, with a focus on the impact of different social policies including the American Rescue Plan and the CARES Act. She’s written on the rise of progressive power in the House, the relationship between Democrats and activists, and the intersection of Asian American identity and politics.
Her favorite coffee spot on the Hill is Cups, though Dunkin comes in a close second. Have questions about what’s up in Congress or the latest on the midterms? You can submit them here.