Erin Delmore is an Emmy award-winning journalist with experience across local and national television, print and radio. She is the Senior Political Correspondent for Bustle, the largest independent website for millennial women, where she drives on-the-ground and on-air reporting and contributes special features for news.
As a former correspondent and producer for "NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams," Erin's reporting on New Jersey politics and state and local issues garnered four Emmy nominations.
Prior to joining NJTV News, Erin was a digital reporter and producer for msnbc.com. She was a member of the 2015 National Emmy award-winning “All in with Chris Hayes” team. She's covered numerous elections and breaking news events including the 2016 presidential election for NJTV News/PBS, the 2012 presidential election as a producer for MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews," and the August 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri, where she contributed live on-air reports for "The Rachel Maddow Show" while pioneering the use of simultaneous video streaming.
Erin graduated cum laude from Georgetown University where she is a founding member of The Pearl Project, a student-faculty investigation that identified all 27 men involved in the 2002 kidnapping and murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in Karachi, Pakistan. Erin concluded the investigation in 2010 as a reporting fellow with the Center for Public Integrity and shared the team’s findings on national television and in speaking engagements on college campuses, at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference, and at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. An exhibit on the Pearl Project’s reporting process and findings is on display at that museum’s Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism.