Elections Integrity Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, Alliance for Securing Democracy
David Levine is the Elections Integrity Fellow at the Alliance for Securing Democracy.
David previously served in a range of positions administering and observing elections, and advocating for election reform. As the Ada County, Idaho Elections Director, he managed the administration of all federal, state county and local district elections in Boise and its environs.
As Election Management Advisor for the Washington, DC Board of Elections, he supported the Executive Director and the Board in highly complex matters relating to elections operations, data management, voter registration and outreach, and advised others concerning legislation, statutes and regulations impacting election programs. He also served as the Deputy Director of Elections for the City of Richmond, Virginia. Before he actually administered elections, David worked with advocacy groups to improve the election process. He has also observed elections overseas in a number of countries for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
He received a bachelor’s degree in history from Haverford College and a law degree from Case Western Reserve University.
- “What worked: strategies to mitigate foreign election interference” in The Fulcrum
- “Growing evidence says Russia poses major threat to 2020 election, while US government focuses on Iran” on KCRW
- “How a candidate could challenge the election outcome in Michigan” on 13 On Your Side
- “A playbook for balancing pandemic safety and election security” in The Fulcrum
- “Alarm grows over Trump team’s efforts to monitor polls” in The Hill
- “The states where you can and can’t post a ‘ballot selfie’ on social media” in Business Insider
- “Here’s where overseas and military voters can return their ballots using the internet” in Business Insider
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