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Sam Gringlas

Sam Gringlas

Producer, All Things Considered

Sam Gringlas is a producer for NPR's All Things Considered and is helping cover the 2020 election for the Washington Desk. He's produced and reported with NPR from all over the country, as well as China and the U.S.-Mexico border. He started as an intern at All Things Considered after graduating with a public policy degree from the University of Michigan, where he was news editor at The Michigan Daily. He's a native Michigander.

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (left) and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are among those thought to be on Joe Biden's vice presidential shortlist. Craig Fritz and Michigan Office of the Governor via AP hide caption

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As States Take Pandemic Lead, Biden Is Said To Weigh At Least 2 Governors For VP

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Should Biden Pick A Governor As His Running Mate?

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Hundreds of people line up outside a Kentucky Career Center hoping to find assistance with their unemployment claim in Frankfort, Ky., in June. Bryan Woolston/Reuters hide caption

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Economist: U.S. Workers, Economy Will Suffer With End Of Federal Pandemic Benefits

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Howard University law students, from left, Chanel Sherrod, Domonique Dille and Temitope Aladetimi brought handmade signs to a protest near the White House last Saturday. Sam Gringlas/NPR hide caption

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Young Activists Pour Energy Into Protests, But What About The Election?

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden holds a roundtable meeting on reopening the economy with community leaders at the Enterprise Center in Philadelphia on Thursday. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden speaks in Philadelphia on Tuesday about the unrest over racism and police brutality. On Monday, his campaign put out a statement opposing efforts to defund police. Jim Watson /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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David North built the Doorway to Imagination in his backyard. David North hide caption

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2 Uncles And A 'Doorway To Imagination' Spread Love On Social Media

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A restaurant in Ohio, Taste of Belgium, seats customers outside as businesses begin to reopen in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic on Friday. Jason Whitman/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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In The Midwest, Reopening Looks Different State By State, Even City By City

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Sol Gringlas and his grandson, Sam, a producer for All Things Considered. Leonard Gringlas hide caption

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A Holocaust Survivor's Celebration Of Liberation Day Is Colored By Coronavirus

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Detroit's King Of Corned Beef Dies From Coronavirus Complications

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The Indiana Historical Society in Indianapolis is asking the public to submit videos, photos, recordings, art or writing that will help tell the story of the pandemic. Indiana Historical Society hide caption

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Indiana Historical Society Begins Building A Coronavirus Collection

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