Carl Cameron, has covered national politics since 1988. Nicknamed "Campaign Carl" for his tireless road-coverage of State and National elections, Carl was one of the first five employees hired by FOX News Channel in 1995 a year before the network launched.
Carl served as the network’s first Chief Congressional Correspondent, first Chief White House Correspondent and only Chief Political Correspondent. He retired in late 2017. He lives in the DC area with his wife Moira Hopkins who also worked at FOX with Carl as a videographer and audio engineer. Since '88 Carl has conducted multiple interviews with every President, every living former President, Presidential nominee, and approximately 140 other candidates (including senators, house members, governors, and business leaders) who got on multiple state ballots but fell short of winning their party’s Presidential nomination.
The New York Times and the Washington Post have praised Carl's objective and unbiased reporting. The Post called Carl 'FOX's Man in the Middle." The New York Times wrote “Fellow journalists say they detect no bias in his reporting.”
Washingtonian Magazine named him one of the top 50 reporters in the nation's capital.
He is currently working on a book about blues music, race, and American culture with Tony "TC" Coleman, the late BB King's drummer of 30+ years.