Cameron Easley

Senior Reporter

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Cameron is an editor at Morning Consult. He leads coverage of campaigns, politics and sports.


Morning Consult Sports: USA Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy

By Cameron Easley Top Stories USA Gymnastics filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, estimating its liabilities at between $50 million and $100 million and estimating its assets in the same range. The move puts an automatic stop on depositions and discovery in lawsuits filed by victims of former team doctor Larry Nassar, who is serving an […]

Morning Consult Sports: NHL Approves Expansion Team for Seattle

By Cameron Easley Top Stories The NHL Board of Governors unanimously approved making Seattle the league’s 32nd franchise, with play set to begin in the Emerald City in 2021 after arena renovations are completed. The addition of the yet-to-be-named team, owned by a group led by billionaire David Bonderman set to pay a $650 million […]

Morning Consult Sports: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Cameron Easley Week in Review TV and streaming services Fox Sports Networks and the New York Racing Association announced a new long-term television deal for an undisclosed fee making Fox the primary national carrier for the NYRA. As part of the deal, Fox will televise nearly every race from Saratoga Race Course and Belmont […]

Morning Consult Sports: MLB Asks for Return of $5,000 Donation to Mississippi Senator’s Campaign

By Cameron Easley Top Stories MLB requested that Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith’s campaign return a $5,000 donation it made Friday, three weeks after the Mississippi Republican made a comment about attending “a public hanging.” A league spokesperson said the contribution to Hyde-Smith, who is facing Democrat Mike Espy in a special election runoff Tuesday, was originally “made in […]

Morning Consult Sports: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Cameron Easley Week in Review Football NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed that the league plans to hold a regular-season game at the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City next year. The announcement came days after the NFL moved a Nov. 19 matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and […]