Mac is a staff writer who writes on a range of topics for Democracy Docket, with a focus on redistricting, democratic reform and anything to do with his home state of North Carolina. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College and worked in a range of roles before joining the team.
With color, type, and composition Madison keeps our visual brand just as sharp as our content! As our graphic designer, she turns important (and often dense) political topics into clever, eye-catching graphics that aid in telling the story. (Talk about pictures and 1000 words!)
Social Media Coordinator
Sophie creates content across our social media accounts, often formulating breaking news updates and live tweeting court proceedings. She ensures our audience remains engaged by producing Democracy Docket’s video content on TikTok and Instagram.
Madeleine tracks and reports on voting rights, redistricting and election litigation. She attended New York University where she received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science. Previously, she interned at the DNC and on the Hill for Sen. Alex Padilla.
Talia oversees the strategy and production of our newsletters, long-form writing and breaking news alerts. Prior to Democracy Docket, she worked on the Hill as Rep. Mondaire Jones’ press secretary and graduated from UCLA.
Social Media Manager
As the social media manager, Paige runs all social accounts for Democracy Docket and co-hosts the weekly Defending Democracy podcast with Marc Elias. Paige is a graduate of Barnard College and from Houston, Texas.
Director of Operations & Strategy
Rachel is a case coordinator at Democracy Docket who tracks and reports on a wide range of voting rights and election-related litigation. As an undergraduate, she organized for the Michigan Democratic Party and served as a poll worker in St. Louis, Missouri.
Caroline is a staff writer who tracks voting rights legislation, writes the weekly newsletter and covers the intersection between voting and the criminal legal system. She also advocates for jail-based voting and rights restoration in her home state Massachusetts.