Emerson Goldstein supports Protect Democracy’s elections and voting rights efforts and strategic communications. Her work includes programmatic support for the National Task Force on Election Crises and paralegal support for voting rights litigation. Before joining Protect Democracy, Emerson worked at Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Eviction Diversion program. Her prior work experience includes a fellowship at the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice and working on national programs for the Education Team at PBS. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in American Studies and Political Science from Wellesley College.
National Task Force on Election Crises statement of support welcoming the Electoral Count Reform Act
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