Contributors

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Brian Chiglinsky

Brian Chiglinsky is a writer based in Washington, DC. He’s a native of southwest Virginia and graduate of the College of William & Mary and Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. He’s worked for local, state and federal government because, as his mother frequently reminds him, no one keeps the same job in politics for long.

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10006616_10152315919377743_122594493_nSarah J. Galvez (on hiatus)

Sarah is an East Coaster now residing in Southern California. She graduated from Simmons College, a women’s college, where studied International Relations, Public Relations and Marketing. She’s a lover of all things politics, feminism, and Old Bay.

 

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Brandon McKoy

Brandon McKoy is a policy analyst based in his home state of New Jersey. Beyond being an expert of The Simpsons, The Boondocks, and Chappelle’s Show, he is a proud graduate of Columbia High School, The College of New Jersey, and the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

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 RaskinThomas Raskin

Thomas Raskin has contributed to Foreign Policy in Focus, Antiwar.com, and The Nation. Send him an email at tommy.raskin@gmail.com.

 

 

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Brakeyshia Samms

Brakeyshia R. Samms is a fiscal policy researcher and advocate. Her research and career portfolio includes fiscal policy, housing policy, race and public policy, and the intersection of tax law and economics. She was a 2014-16 CBPP State Policy Fellow, a 2016 New Leaders Council Fellow, and a Fall 2011 Bill Archer Fellow. She earned her Master of Public Policy degree from George Mason University in May 2014 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and History from The University of Texas at Tyler in May 2012. She is a proud native of Carrollton, TX.

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