Carl Cameron worked at Fox News from 1995 until August of 2017 as its first Chief White House Correspondent and then Chief Political Correspondent. Cameron covered Capitol Hill and every national election during that time. Nicknamed “Campaign Carl”, Cameron was recognized by the Washington Post, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal, among others, as Fox’s “man in the middle” for his objective reporting. Cameron now serves as an advisor to New Frontier Data. Cameron is married to Moira Hopkins, who was his camera and audio tech support for the past twenty years. He has two grown sons, and currently lives in D.C. where he is working on a couple of books on politics, culture and blues.