Executive Director | The Center for Election Science
Aaron Hamlin is the executive director and co-founder of The Center for Election Science. He’s been featured as an electoral systems expert on MSNBC.com; NPR; Free Speech TV; Inside Philanthropy; 80,000 Hours; Popular Mechanics; and has given talks across the country on voting methods. He’s written for Deadspin, USA Today Magazine, Independent Voter Network, and others. Additionally, Aaron is a licensed attorney with two additional graduate degrees in the social sciences.