Based in the nation's capital, Ramsey is a seasoned national political reporter with years of experience covering the country's biggest stories and most powerful figures.
He has been a Capitol Hill Reporter with The Washington Times covering general politics and energy/environment since 2022. In this role, Ramsey regularly speaks with top congressional lawmakers, energy market strategists and environmental advocates to hold public officials accountable and to inform readers about issues directly impacting their lives.
Whether it's lawmakers cashing in on climate change, fact-checking politicians' claims on the campaign trail or President Biden's regulatory agenda, Ramsey provides leading enterprise and analytical coverage about the intersection of politics, energy and environment.
When he isn't chasing down top lawmakers in the Capitol, Ramsey is interviewing political heavyweights from across the country, analyzing campaign finance records, submitting public records requests or covering elections.
Before joining The Times, Ramsey was a congressional reporter for Newsweek where he walked the halls of the U.S. Capitol to cover enterprise, analysis, feature and breaking news stories. During his tenure on Capitol Hill that featured two presidential impeachment trials, a pandemic and the 2021 Capitol riot, Ramsey chronicled an historical period of congressional politics under former President Trump.
From the politics of Grizzly Bears and campaign finances, to partisan battles, leadership power struggles and intraparty squabbles, Ramsey regularly broke news within the halls of Congress.
Ramsey has been featured as a guest on several local, national and international news programs to provide expert political analysis, including D.C.'s Fox 5, Canada's CBC News, South Korea's KBS World Radio and various radio stations across the U.S.
Prior to Newsweek, Ramsey was a multimedia reporter, anchor and producer covering local and state politics for the NPR and PBS affiliate WUFT News in Gainesville, Florida. As a multimedia journalist, Ramsey produced news for TV, radio and digital, winning several regional awards for his investigative coverage.
Those stories include probes into county animal shelters that revealed violations of state law and the struggles Florida felons face when reentering society. These productions won regional Hearst and Edward R. Murrow Awards, respectively.
In addition, he produced award-winning features about a white nationalist visiting the University of Florida and Sunshine State residents' annual battle against hurricanes that received regional Society of Professional Journalists and Edward R. Murrow Awards, respectively.
Ramsey graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in broadcast and digital journalism.
Ramsey discusses Trump's second impeachment trial
Ramsey reports on Super Tuesday 2020