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Madison Perez

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Former Paralegal

ACLU Voting Rights Project


Madison Perez was a paralegal for the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project in New York. She is a graduate of Stanford University where she majored in Political Science concentrating in elections, governance, and representation. Before the ACLU, she was a research assistant with the Political Psychology Research Group, where she provided analysis on the impact of state ballot order on election outcomes, the electorate’s beliefs on global warming, and symbolic racism. Madison, a native Texan, also has some legislative and policy experience, having worked as a legislative intern for Congressman Joaquin Castro and as a City Ambassador for the San Antonio City Council.