Dayton Campbell-Harris is a Staff Attorney in the ACLU Voting Rights Project. Dayton litigates voting rights cases nationwide, including challenges to redistricting, and discriminatory barriers to voting.
Prior to joining the ACLU, Dayton served as a law clerk to the Honorable Gershwin A. Drain of the Eastern District of Michigan. He graduated as the Dean’s Medalist from the University of Washington School of Law, where he instituted the Cyber Law Association of Washington, served as Editor-in-Chief of the Washington International Law Journal, and was awarded the CLEA Outstanding Clinic Team Award for his advocacy in the Washington Innocence Project. Dayton received dual B.A. degrees in History and International Relations from Pacific Lutheran University.