Carl Cameron is FOX News Channel's chief political correspondent.
With a noted background in political reporting, Cameron covered every major political news event of the 2000 election cycle. From the primary battleground of New Hampshire to the Inauguration of the 43rd U.S. President, Cameron established a reputation for fair and in-depth reporting.
As noted by Nat Hentoff in The Village Voice, Cameron's reporting "... equal[s] the standard that broadcast journalists Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly use to set."
Cameron joined FOX News Channel as the network's political correspondent on Capitol Hill. He had previously provided FOX News with primary election packages for the 1996 presidential campaign.
Prior to joining FOX News, Cameron was the chief political correspondent for New Hampshire's only statewide television station WMUR-TV. He began his broadcast career in 1985 at radio stations WFES and WZID in Manchester, N.H.
Cameron is a graduate of Bates College.
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