Reverend Darryl Gray, Benjamin Singer & Aaron Hamlin discuss the Measure D for Democracy campaign for open primaries and approval voting in St. Louis, a city where the gap between the political insiders and the community is expanding rapidly. (via Open Primaries & STL Approves)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Caitlyn earned her master’s degree from Columbia University’s Teachers College in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and her bachelor’s in Spanish and Linguistics from Miami University. Before coming on board with the Center for Election Science, Caitlyn worked in the Ohio Department of Education Office of Curriculum and Assessment and at the The Ohio State University Department of Psychology. In her spare time, she loves reading, playing with her mini-schnauzer, and traveling with her husband.