Ben T.N. Mause

Reporter & AJI Fellow

Ben was born in Baltimore and moved to Danville, Alabama before his first birthday. He received a bachelor’s degree from the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, where he majored in communications and was a resident assistant. He recently served as the staff writer at The Moulton Advertiser, covering the arrival of a $1.1 billion solar facility, a decades-old murder case, the 2022 elections, and much more. He has also been a contributor to The Decatur Daily, The Sand Mountain Reporter and Fansided’s Tomahawk Take.

January 24, 2024 02:58 PM
The president accepted the endorsement with a speech at UAW’s conference Wednesday. “Some are seeing the light,” Biden said to the crowd. “Changing the economy into one that gives everybody a fair shot. That’s what my economic plan is all about.” Last year, UAW said it was putting off its presidential endorsement due to concerns over Biden’s electric vehicle manufacturing policies. But on Wednesday, UAW president Shawn Fain said Biden had “earned” the labor union’s support.