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Karin Mallett joined WFMZ-TV in 2003. She anchors the Sunday evening editions of 69 News and features area destinations as part of her popular "One Tank Trip" series. In 2008, Karin traveled a much greater distance to report from the Democratic and Republican national conventions in Denver and St. Paul, respectively.

Matt Roth has covered every presidential election for 69 News since 1996, the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia in 2000 and the Democratic and Republican national conventions in Denver and St. Paul, respectively, in 2008. Matt has also attended the first inauguration of each of the last four presidents.

Chad Blimline has teamed up with reporters to cover hundreds of local, state and national political stories since joining 69 News as a photographer in 1999. His assignments have taken him both to Harrisburg and Washington to interview government leaders and key figures in politics.