Five Questions with Marc Elias
Marc Elias is an election law lawyer who represents Democratic interests. He is an expert in campaign finance, voting rights, and gerrymandering—in other words, all of the most important issues we face in election litigation these days. Marc’s diligent representation of pro-voter interests in the 2020 and 2022 election cycles resulted in wins in both trial courts and appellate courts, including the Supreme Court, pushing back Trump and his Big Lie.
Marc is our guest today for the Civil Discourse series “Five Questions with…,” where I ask the people you really want to hear from questions they may not be asked elsewhere. You’re undoubtedly going to want to stay in touch with him after you see what he has to say. Marc is the founder of Democracy Docket, a leading site for voting advocacy, and you can sign up for his newsletter. (And yes, for those of you who are counting, I did sneak in a few extra questions here.)
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