The Atlanta Journal-editorial Constitution’s staff is led by veteran reporter Tamar Hallerman.
She covers in-depth pieces on how governmental action — or lack thereof — affects Georgians’ quality of life, including death rates and water entitlements. She moved to Atlanta in December 2019 after spending nearly ten years covering Capitol Hill and four years working as the paper’s Washington reporter.
For the AJC, Hallerman wrote on the congressional delegation from Georgia, Sonny Perdue, the election administration, and President Donald Trump’s historic political rise. Hallerman has previously written for newspapers, national radio, and publications on topics like Congress, energy policy, and government spending.
Hallerman is a Virginia native who attended American University in Washington, D.C. Every week, she makes an appearance on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Political Rewind.”
Who Is Tamar Hallerman? Her Life as a Political Reporter
As a Washington, DC, reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Tamar Hallerman has 14 videos in the C-SPAN Video Collection.
The initial broadcast took place in an interview I gave in 2014 while working as a Contributing Writer for Appropriations in the CQ Roll Call. The year with the highest average number of views per episode was 2020, with 3,655 views per episode on average. Her most recent article for the AJC was about Jody Hice, a congressman from Georgia, challenging the subpoena. The Hice case has been followed and covered by Hallerman for a while now. She has also been regularly updating her Twitter followers on the case.
Hallerman is a dedicated health news reporter who keeps everyone informed about current health issues. She doesn’t think twice to post any information on healthcare on her Twitter account. Tamar Hallerman also makes sure to allow similar tweets from other users to reach her Twitter followers.