Garland Potts

Washington, D.C.


Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA in journalism concentrating on graphic design

Garland Potts is a designer at the Washington Post. Before joining the Post in November 2020, she worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer as a news developer.
Latest from Garland Potts

    Meet the newcomers in Congress, including 12 elected officials who have no government experience

    In the incoming congressional class, House Republicans welcomed new members of color and Democrats added several young liberals to their ranks.

    December 14, 2022

    Which congressional district am I in?

    Use this tool to see who is on the ballot in your congressional district after redistricting altered political boundaries following the 2020 Census.

    November 8, 2022

    Coffee vs. tea smackdown

    How do coffee and tea compare in a head-to-head matchup? We took a look at the research, and here’s what we found.

    October 4, 2022

    Who was at the infrastructure bill signing at the White House

    Identifying the politicians, labor and business leaders behind President Biden when he signed the infrastructure bill into law.

    November 16, 2021

      The shattered lives of Champlain Towers South

      In a split second, hundreds of lives changed forever. For many, the outcome hinged on a single number: their condo unit.

      July 1, 2021

        Tracking the coronavirus vaccine, state by state

        How many doses of the vaccine will be available in your state?

        June 4, 2021

        2021 March Madness bracket

        Follow the 2021 NCAA tournament with The Washington Post's interactive bracket with schedule and live scores.

        March 20, 2021

          A mass-casualty event every day

          One person in the United States died of the coronavirus every 28 seconds in January. The Washington Post spent three days with people closest to the terrible toll of the pandemic’s deadliest month.

          February 18, 2021