Director, Voting Rights Project, ACLU
Dale Ho is the Director of the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project and supervises the ACLU’s voting rights litigation nationwide.
Dale has active cases in over a dozen states throughout the country. His cases have included: Department of Commerce v. New York (successfully challenging the inclusion of a citizenship question on the Census), which he argued in the U.S. Supreme Court, and which is featured in the award-winning documentary film The Fight; and Fish v. Kobach (successfully challenging documentation requirements for voter registration in Kansas), which noted election law scholar Richard Hasen has described as “the most significant voting rights case this century”.
Dale has testified on election law issues before Congress, and in various state legislatures around the country. He is also an adjunct clinical professor of law at NYU School of Law.
He is a graduate of Yale Law School and Princeton University.
- Op-Ed: “Voting by Mail Will Save the 2020 Election” by Dale Ho in The New York Times
- “John Johnson isn’t dead: How claims of voter fraud in Florida fell apart” on Reveal
- “Supreme Court Will Review Trump’s Plan to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants in Redistricting” in The New York Times
- “Liberals worry Trump supporters will try to intimidate voters at the polls” on Yahoo News
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