Career Opportunities

Fair Elections Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in our work environment and believe it furthers our mission. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

Counsel

Fair Elections Center is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit voting rights and election reform  organization based in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to use litigation and advocacy to remove barriers to registration and voting, particularly those disenfranchising underrepresented and marginalized communities, and to improve election administration.

The organization litigates cutting-edge voting rights cases in federal and state court and engages in a wide variety of advocacy efforts, including: drafting state election reform legislation and submitting testimony in support of positive reforms; advocating to defeat restrictive measures; producing reports on election modernization proposals and issues affecting communities of color, talking points, and fact sheets; providing state voter guides for all 50 states; conducting trainings and seminars on voting issues for community organizations and their supporters; and working directly with Secretaries of State and local election officials to ensure that the right to vote is protected and expanded. We provide election law expertise to state-based civic engagement coalitions and direct help to organizations representing various constituencies that need help accessing the ballot as they plan their programs, encounter problems, or need help engaging elections officials.

Position, Duties & Responsibilities

Fair Elections Center is seeking an attorney with a background or strong interest in civil rights, voting rights, and/or election reform to join our legal team. The Center has an aggressive and expanding litigation docket, including pending challenges to the arbitrary felon voting rights restoration scheme in Kentucky, restrictions and penalties imposed on voter registration activity and voter assistance for persons with disabilities in Florida, and unnecessary barriers to the use of student IDs as voter ID in Wisconsin. Recent cases include a First Amendment challenge to Florida’s arbitrary voting rights restoration system which resulted in the first court order striking down a state felon disenfranchisement or re-enfranchisement scheme in over 30 years, and lawsuits in Wisconsin, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and Kentucky to make voting safer and more accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Primary responsibilities for this Counsel position will include but not be limited to the following:

  1. Working as part of Fair Elections Center’s legal team to develop and litigate all aspects of federal and state lawsuits to protect the right to vote, including investigating voting rights barriers, coordinating with partners on the ground, recruiting clients, drafting complaints, conducting discovery, and drafting briefs in the trial court and on appeal.

  2. Working with partner election reform, registration, and mobilization groups to advance legislation, rules, and administrative practices which expand voter participation and to combat restrictive measures.

  3. Engaging in ongoing outreach to state and local election officials to discuss reform initiatives and identify opportunities to collaborate to improve voters’ access to the ballot.

  4. Collaborating on researching and drafting policy reports and other election reform publications.

  5. Supporting the work of the Center’s Campus Vote Project to expand and protect voting rights for students and young voters.

  6. Drafting op-eds and blog posts to communicate the impact of various election reforms to wider audiences and to condemn voter suppression efforts; and

  7. Additional responsibilities include speaking engagements, attending staff and partner meetings, and assisting with review of development materials.

Qualifications

A J.D. is required, as is a minimum of five years post-J.D. experience, which can include any mix of clerkships, fellowships, and/or practice. Substantial litigation experience is strongly preferred, though this need not be civil rights or public interest litigation experience. A passion for the defense of civil rights and voting rights is essential, as is an interest in an inclusive democracy. Candidates with some familiarity with election and voting laws and/or policy; some knowledge of barriers to the exercise of voting rights and election reform; familiarity with grassroots, community-based organizations or campaign organizing experience are strongly preferred as well. Policy experience is also a plus. Candidates need a proven ability to multi-task, work collaboratively and meet deadlines.

State Bar membership is required, i.e., the applicant must currently be a member of or able to waive into the D.C. Bar. Some travel is required.

Salary for this position will range from $85,000 to $100,000 depending on experience. Benefits include generous vacation and employer-paid health, dental and vision coverage, life, and disability insurance as well as a 403(b) pension plan with employer contribution.

Fair Elections Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in our work environment and believe it furthers our mission. Applicants from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org.

North Carolina State Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center (Center) to expand our work on student voting issues.  We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote.

 

Position Description

Campus Vote Project seeks a State Coordinator for North Carolina. The State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with managing and strengthening existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establishing new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals. They also supervise “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs on their campuses. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. The position reports directly to the Southeast Regional Manager for Campus Vote Project.

 

Goals of the Program:

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Ensure campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership conduct comprehensive voter engagement programs and begin institutionalizing and cultivating a long-term culture of democratic engagement on their campuses.

  • Implement CVP’s program with approximately 20 campus partners and up to 40 Democracy Fellows across North Carolina.

  •  Supervise a Deputy State Coordinator in North Carolina.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners in conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses, including the North Carolina Campus Voting Coalition. 

  • Engage with coalition partners, make CVP materials and resources available to partners, and foster greater administrator/institutional-level engagement of these partners’ programs.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of all efforts throughout and at the end of each year.

  • Organize an annual summit to bring together campus partners and facilitate building a statewide network of democratically engaged campuses across the state.

 

Requirements:

  • History of organizing work either on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Superior communication skills both written and oral.

  • Access to a car as travel throughout the state will be required, when the pandemic subsides.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education is a benefit.

 

Approach:

  • Professionalism: A high level of professionalism is always required when working on behalf of The Fair Elections Center and CVP.

  • Self-motivation: Being self-motivated is necessary to successfully fulfill the program goals.

  • Leadership: A positive and persuasive leader will thrive in this position and is important for managing Democracy Fellows and working with campus partners.

 

This is a full time position, with a starting salary compensation of $52,500. Fair Elections Center offers generous health, vision, and dental insurance, vacation, and a 403 (B) retirement plan. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

 

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org. The priority deadline is January 5, 2022 but applications will be considered until the position is filled.

North Carolina Deputy State Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center (Center) to expand our work on student voting issues. We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote. Campus Vote Project Deputy Coordinators has four main areas of focus: institutionalizing voter engagement, providing up-to-date election information, and developing student leaders:

 

  1. Institutionalizing voter engagement means to make it a part of the culture on college and university campuses across the country. This is done through the Voter Friendly Campus program and initiatives such as Ask Every Student.

  2. Providing up-to-date election information that is accurate and tailored to students. We do this through the development of tools such as state student voter guides and webinars on election law with support from the attorneys at Fair Elections Center.

  3. Developing student leaders through the Democracy Fellowship program at colleges and universities and a Student Advisory Board that oversees Campus Vote Project and is a national voice for the organization.

  4. Work with ten campuses that serve diverse student populations to guide them through the +1 the Polls toolkit and advocate with their local elections officials for an on-campus early voting site.

 

Position Description
Campus Vote Project seeks a Deputy State Coordinator for North Carolina. The Deputy State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with working with the State Coordinator to manage and strengthen existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establish new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals. The Deputy State Coordinator will work to  recruit and support campuses in the Voter Friendly Campus program. They will also assist in supervising “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs at their colleges or universities. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. Finally, the Deputy State Coordinator will execute the +1 the Polls partnership with MTV, Alliance for Youth Organizing and the Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition advocating for on-campus early voting sites. This position reports directly to the North Carolina State Coordinator.

 

The ideal candidate has a passion for voting rights with a particular interest in helping college students access our democracy, is committed to building relationships, and has a knowledge of voting rules and regulations in North Carolina.

 

Goals of the Position

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs in 2022 that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership, across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Support CVP’s program with campus partners and Democracy Fellows across North Carolina.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of efforts at the end of 2022.

  • Execute the +1 the Polls partnership working with ten campuses to advocate for on-campus early voting sites

  • Report directly to the state coordinator and support them in carrying out our on-the-ground strategy, including but not limited to:

    •       Creating and hosting virtual student voting summits and programming events

    •       Overseeing the state’s student Democracy Fellows program

Requirements

  • History of organizing work on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education a benefit

  • Access to a car as travel throughout the state may be required, depending on health and safety conditions in the state.

 

This is a remote position so access to a computer, phone, and reliable internet are required. While generally remote, some in-person activities are planned for 2022 so the position is located in North Carolina.

 

This position is a full-time contract position from  February 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. Salary is $4,000/month. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

 

Priority application deadline is Wednesday, January 5, 2022. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org.

Georgia Deputy State Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center (Center) to expand our work on student voting issues. We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote. Campus Vote Project Deputy Coordinators has four main areas of focus: institutionalizing voter engagement, providing up-to-date election information, and developing student leaders:

  1. Institutionalizing voter engagement means to make it a part of the culture on college and university campuses across the country. This is done through the Voter Friendly Campus program and initiatives such as Ask Every Student.

  2. Providing up-to-date election information that is accurate and tailored to students. We do this through the development of tools such as state student voter guides and webinars on election law with support from the attorneys at Fair Elections Center.

  3. Developing student leaders through the Democracy Fellowship program at colleges and universities and a Student Advisory Board that oversees Campus Vote Project and is a national voice for the organization.

  4. Work with ten campuses that serve diverse student populations to guide them through the +1 the Polls toolkit and advocate with their local election officials for an on-campus early voting site.

 

Position Description
Campus Vote Project seeks a Deputy State Coordinator for Georgia. The Deputy State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with working with the State Coordinator to manage and strengthen existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establish new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals. The Deputy State Coordinator will work to  recruit and support campuses in the Voter Friendly Campus program. They will also assist in supervising “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs at their colleges or universities. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. Finally, the Deputy State Coordinator will execute the +1 the Polls partnership with MTV, Alliance for Youth Organizing and the Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition advocating for on-campus early voting sites. This position reports directly to the Georgia State Coordinator.

 

The ideal candidate has a passion for voting rights with a particular interest in helping college students access our democracy, is committed to building relationships, and has a knowledge of voting rules and regulations in Georgia.

 

Goals of the Position 

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs in 2022 that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership, across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Support CVP’s program with campus partners and Democracy Fellows across Georgia.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of efforts at the end of 2022.

  • Execute the +1 the Polls partnership working with ten campuses to advocate for on-campus early voting sites

  • Report directly to the state coordinator and support them in carrying out our on-the-ground strategy, including but not limited to:

    • Creating and hosting virtual student voting summits and programming events

    • Overseeing the state’s student Democracy Fellows program

Requirements

  • History of organizing work on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education a benefit

  • Access to a car as travel throughout the state may be required, depending on health and safety conditions in the state.

This is a remote position so access to a computer, phone, and reliable internet are required. While generally remote, some in-person activities are planned for 2022 so the position is located in Georgia.

 

This position is a full-time contract position from  February 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. Salary is $4,000/month. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

 

Priority application deadline is Wednesday, January 5, 2022. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org.

Texas Deputy State Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center (Center) to expand our work on student voting issues. We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote. Campus Vote Project Deputy Coordinators has four main areas of focus: institutionalizing voter engagement, providing up-to-date election information, and developing student leaders:

 

  1. Institutionalizing voter engagement means to make it a part of the culture on college and university campuses across the country. This is done through the Voter Friendly Campus program and initiatives such as Ask Every Student.

  2. Providing up-to-date election information that is accurate and tailored to students. We do this through the development of tools such as state student voter guides and webinars on election law with support from the attorneys at Fair Elections Center.

  3. Developing student leaders through the Democracy Fellowship program at colleges and universities and a Student Advisory Board that oversees Campus Vote Project and is a national voice for the organization.

  4. Work with ten campuses that serve diverse student populations to guide them through the +1 the Polls toolkit and advocate with their local elections officials for an on-campus early voting site for 2022.

 

Position Description
Campus Vote Project seeks a Deputy State Coordinator for Texas. The Deputy State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with working with the State Coordinator to manage and strengthen existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establish new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals. The Deputy State Coordinator will work to  recruit and support campuses in the Voter Friendly Campus program. They will also assist in supervising “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs at their colleges or universities. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. Finally, the Deputy State Coordinator will execute the +1 the Polls partnership with MTV, Alliance for Youth Organizing and the Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition advocating for on-campus early voting sites. This position reports directly to the Texas State Coordinator.

 

The ideal candidate has a passion for voting rights with a particular interest in helping college students access our democracy, is committed to building relationships, and has a knowledge of voting rules and regulations in Texas.

 

Goals of the Position

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs in 2022 that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership, across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Support CVP’s program with campus partners and Democracy Fellows across Texas.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of efforts at the end of 2022.

  • Execute the +1 the Polls partnership working with ten campuses to advocate for on-campus early voting sites

  • Report directly to the state coordinator and support them in carrying out our on-the-ground strategy, including but not limited to:

    • Creating and hosting virtual student voting summits and programming events

    • Overseeing the state’s student Democracy Fellows program

Requirements

  • History of organizing work on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education a benefit

  • Access to a car as travel throughout the state may be required, depending on health and safety conditions in the state.

This is a remote position so access to a computer, phone, and reliable internet are required. While generally remote, some in-person activities are planned for 2022 so the position is located in Texas, the Houston-area strongly preferred.

This position is a full-time contract position from  February 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022. Salary is $4,000/month. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

Priority application deadline is Wednesday, January 5, 2022. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org.

Florida Deputy State Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center (Center) to expand our work on student voting issues. We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote. Campus Vote Project Deputy Coordinators has four main areas of focus: institutionalizing voter engagement, providing up-to-date election information, and developing student leaders:

 

  1. Institutionalizing voter engagement means to make it a part of the culture on college and university campuses across the country. This is done through the Voter Friendly Campus program and initiatives such as Ask Every Student.

  2. Providing up-to-date election information that is accurate and tailored to students. We do this through the development of tools such as state student voter guides and webinars on election law with support from the attorneys at Fair Elections Center.

  3. Developing student leaders through the Democracy Fellowship program at colleges and universities and a Student Advisory Board that oversees Campus Vote Project and is a national voice for the organization.

  4. Work with ten campuses that serve diverse student populations to guide them through the +1 the Polls toolkit and advocate with their local elections officials for an on-campus early voting site.

Position Description
Campus Vote Project seeks a Deputy State Coordinator for Florida. The Deputy State Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with working with the State Coordinator to manage and strengthen existing relationships with campus administration and faculty leadership and establish new, lasting relationships with campuses to carry out our goals. The Deputy State Coordinator will work to  recruit and support campuses in the Voter Friendly Campus program. They will also assist in supervising “Democracy Fellows,” student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs at their colleges or universities. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. Finally, the Deputy State Coordinator will execute the +1 the Polls partnership with MTV, Alliance for Youth Organizing and the Students Learn Students Vote (SLSV) Coalition advocating for on-campus early voting sites. This position reports directly to the Florida State Coordinator.

The ideal candidate has a passion for voting rights with a particular interest in helping college students access our democracy, is committed to building relationships, and has a knowledge of voting rules and regulations in Florida.

Goals of the Position

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs in 2022 that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership, across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Support CVP’s program with campus partners and Democracy Fellows across Florida.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of efforts at the end of 2022.

  • Execute the +1 the Polls partnership working with ten campuses to advocate for on-campus early voting sites

  • Report directly to the state coordinator and support them in carrying out our on-the-ground strategy, including but not limited to:

  • Creating and hosting virtual student voting summits and programming events

  • Overseeing the state’s student Democracy Fellows program

Requirements

  • History of organizing work on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education a benefit

  • Access to a car as travel throughout the state may be required, depending on health and safety conditions in the state.

This position is a full-time contract position from February, 2022 through December 31, 2022. Salary is $4,000/month. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

Priority application deadline is Friday, February 4, 2022. To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org.

HBCU Coordinator

Campus Vote Project (CVP) was launched in 2012 by Fair Elections Center to expand our work on student voting issues.  We work with universities, community colleges, faculty, students, and election officials to reduce barriers to student voting. CVP helps campuses institutionalize reforms that empower students with the information they need to register and vote.

 

Position Description

Campus Vote Project seeks an HBCU Coordinator to join our National HBCU Manager in growing our organization's work to support Historically Black Colleges and Universities institutionalize civic learning and democratic engagement programs for their campus communities and empower their students to participate in our democracy. The Coordinator is a key member of our team. They are charged with developing and managing relationships with campus administrators and faculty leadership to carry out our goals. They also supervise “Democracy Fellows,” stipended student positions committed to carrying out democratic engagement programs on their campuses. Democracy Fellows coordinate with administration and faculty, helping organize student voter registration, voter education, and voter turnout activities. The HBCU Coordinator will report directly to the National HBCU Manager.

 

Goals of the Program:

  • Engage campuses at an institutional level to help create nonpartisan democratic engagement programs that promote voter registration, voter education, voter turnout, and foster student leadership across the entire campus community.

  • Provide campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership with accurate nonpartisan information on the voting process and elections through trainings, materials, and one-on-one support.

  • Ensure campus administrators, faculty, and student leadership conduct comprehensive voter engagement programs and begin institutionalizing and cultivating a long-term culture of democratic engagement on their campuses.

  • Initially,  implement CVP’s program with approximately 10-12 campus partners and 20 Democracy Fellows across AL, D.C, MD,  LA and, possibly MS.

  • Coordinate with CVP’s coalition partners also conducting nonpartisan civic engagement programs on campuses. 

  • Engage with coalition partners, make CVP materials and resources available to partners, and foster greater administrator/institutional-level engagement of these partners’ programs.

  • Complete progress reports highlighting sharable best practices and lessons learned for other institutions and conduct an evaluation of all efforts throughout and at the end of each year.

  • Collaborate with the HBCU Manager to develop HBCU-specific trainings, resources, and events to support HBCU campus partners and students across CVP’s work.

 

Requirements:

  • History of organizing work either on campuses or with political/issue campaigns.

  • Superior communication skills both written and oral.

  • Access to a car as travel will be required.

  • Experience engaging diverse constituencies and experience with institutions of higher education is a benefit.

  • HBCU graduate very strongly preferred

 

Approach:

  • Professionalism: A high level of professionalism is always required when working on behalf of The Fair Elections Center and CVP.

  • Self-motivation: Being self-motivated is necessary to successfully fulfill the program goals.

  • Leadership: A positive and persuasive leader will thrive in this position and is important for managing Democracy Fellows and working with campus partners.

 

This is a full time position, with a salary compensation of $52,500. Fair Elections Center offers generous health, vision, and dental insurance, vacation, and a 403(B) retirement plan. Fair Elections Center and CVP are equal opportunity employers and enthusiastically encourage applicants of all backgrounds to apply.

 

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to Kristina Moore at kmoore@fairelectionscenter.org. The priority deadline is January 28, 2022 but applications will be considered until the position is filled.