U.S. President Donald Trump leaves the G20 welcoming ceremony with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7. Credit: Christian Charisius/dpa via AP

We’re putting together a series of Reveal shows on the impacts of the Trump administration. Whether you’re a radio, television, print or online reporter, we’d like to hear your story pitches.

How are people’s lives changing under the administration? What unique and hidden information can you bring to light?  

We’re open to all kinds of pitches, but are particularly interested in stories on the following:

  • Voting rights and voting integrity. New voting restrictions being pushed at any level of government or vulnerabilities in our voting infrastructure.  
  • Financial conflicts. Problems posed by President Donald Trump’s vast business empire or those of other top administration officials.
  • Civil rights. Stories that examine the state of civil rights today, particularly with respect to changes at the Justice Department.
  • Immigration. Stories of policy changes and personal impact.

The deadline for pitches is July 20. You can fill out our pitch form here, and please note that you’re responding to this call-out for Trump pitches. If you have questions, drop me a line at adonohue@revealnews.org.

Andrew Donohue is the deputy editor for Reveal. He works with the audience team to find out what the public needs from – and what it can contribute to – our reporting. Stories Donohue has reported and edited have led to criminal charges, firings and reforms in public housing, pesticide use, sexual harassment and labor practices, among other areas. As a reporter and editor, he’s won awards from Investigative Reporters and Editors, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Online News Association and others. Previously, Donohue helped build and lead Voice of San Diego, a pioneering local news startup. He was a John S. Knight fellow at Stanford University, where he worked on deepening engagement with investigative reporting. He serves on the IRE board of directors.