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A total of 449 ballots were submitted in the 2022 White House Correspondents’ Association elections, and CNN chief White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins was voted the association’s president for the 2024-’25 term. Collins earned 240 votes, ahead of USA Today’s Francesca Chambers, who garnered 201 votes.
Collins has served as CNN’s chief White House correspondent since the start of the Biden administration early last year—and she joined the network as a White House reporter in 2017 . Before joining CNN, Collins had been White House correspondent for The Daily Caller, covering the early days of the Trump administration. Before that, she covered the 2016 presidential campaign for the conservative news site, while also leading its entertainment coverage.
Collins will succeed NBC News White House correspondent Kelly O’Donnell, who will serve as WHCA president for the 2023-’24 term. O’Donnell will follow NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith, who will serve as president from 2022-’23. Keith will take the reins from the current president of the White House Correspondents’ Association, CBS News Radio White House correspondent Steven Portnoy.
Below are additional results from this year’s election:
NEW MEDIA SEAT 2022-2025
Eugene Daniels, Politico 398
(Steve Holland, Jeff Mason, Justin Sink, Brian Karem, Bill Alberter, Phil Wegmann, Sally Bronston, Serena Marshall – all 1 vote each)
TV SEAT 2022-2025
Sara Cook, CBS News 320
Jacqui Heinrich, Fox News 105
(Kaitlan Collins, Walter Cronkite, Khalil Abdillah – 1 vote each)
AT-LARGE SEAT 2022-2025
Kaitlan Collins, CNN 247
Francesca Chambers, USA Today 197