Kimberly has special reporting bylines for her investigative reporting on city, state and national politics and issues. She reported under the wing of Voice vet Wayne Barrett.
"Hillary And The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy," Village Voice, March 11, 2008
The prime movers of both political parties have long tried to game the presidential nominating process—not only to choose their eventual winner, but also to pick their November opponent. And in this landmark election without incumbents, the media wing of the Republican Party, in particular, has quite visibly been playing that game. Read more here.
"Bruise Brother," Village Voice, April 1, 2008
A politician-turned-TV-pundit on America's most liberal TV network has pummeled Clinton while boosting Obama throughout the early primary season, mirroring the strategy of GOP partisans like Rush Limbaugh and Bob Novak, who are bent on picking the Democratic contender in November. Read more here.
"Want To Work For Mike? What's Your Batting Average?" Village Voice, June 10, 2008
The Bloomberg administration's attempt to close the racial divide has been measly, and a small agency tasked with creating inclusion and equal opportunity for the city's workers has failed to do so even within its own ranks. Read more here.