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Former KCBJ reporter is on the national political stage

bizjournals Monday, 13 January 2020
Brianne Pfannenstiel, who left the Kansas City Business Journal in 2015 to cover politics, is playing a large role in sorting out 2020 presidential candidates.  Pfannenstiel, chief political correspondent for The Des Moines Register, will provide some on-the-ground expertise when she helps moderate Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate on CNN. In a turn as the subject of a news story, Pfannenstiel told The New York Times that she didn’t expect to move to the top political reporting spot…
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