‘We Wanted to Come Home’: Ron Fournier on Making the Move From DC to Detroit

Ron Fournier, the national political journalist, made headlines of his own this week when he announced that he was leaving Washington, DC, for his hometown of Detroit.

During his 25 years in the capital, Fournier served as bureau chief for The Associated Press, editor-in-chief of National Journal, and, most recently, as political columnist for National Journal and The Atlantic. But in September, he’s trading that in to become associate publisher of Crain’s Detroit Business. He has family in the area, and a cottage in Northern Michigan, but in his column this week describing the move, Fournier also emphasized his return as coming out of a desire to join in Detroit’s “revival and reinvention.”

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