Program Director, Common Cause Michigan
Quentin Turner started with Common Cause as the Election Protection Program Director for Michigan in 2020. He is an environmentalist, small-D democracy advocate and comic book enthusiast from Detroit.
Quentin studied studied Biology and Conservation Science at Eastern Michigan University where he honed his love for community outreach and service work. His experience advocating for the environment led him to realize that we need to fix democracy first because wealthy special interests are actively opposing democratic access that voters need to make real change in our country.
- The million-dollar question on the election’s eve: Who is left to vote? in the Washington Post
- Dems pivot to urge in-person voting after emphasis on vote-by-mail in the Washington Times
I can help with...
- In-person Voting
- Mail-in Voting
- Voter Suppression