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Jack Ohman’s cartoons: ‘Witty, pointed and poignant’

The announcement: Jack Ohman wins Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons

The Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons for 2016 goes to Jack Ohman of The Sacramento Bee. The prizes were announced Monday, April 18, 2016. Ohman previously worked at the Oregonian, the Detroit Free Press and the Columbus Dispatch. His work is
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The Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons for 2016 goes to Jack Ohman of The Sacramento Bee. The prizes were announced Monday, April 18, 2016. Ohman previously worked at the Oregonian, the Detroit Free Press and the Columbus Dispatch. His work is

Jack Ohman can make you laugh, wince and fume with strokes of his pencil, and fewer than 25 words. Some of his finest work uses no words, like the one he drew last June when the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage. His Sunday panels are a throwback to days when cartoonists would use dozens of words to get across points. Ohman’s cartoons are witty, pointed and poignant. Politicians’ puffery is a frequent target. We offer you the 20 Ohman cartoons submitted for Pulitzer consideration. – Dan Morain, Editorial Page Editor, The Sacramento Bee

Ohman, The Sacramento Bee's editorial cartoonist, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize on Monday, April 18, 2016.

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