Board of Advisors

Let America Vote Chairman Jason Kander is joined by a Board of Advisors committed to voting rights, including human rights activist Martin Luther King III, Planned Parenthood Action Fund president Cecile Richards, former White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, and renowned voting rights and election attorney Marc Elias. The Board of Advisors bring diverse experience in advocacy, public policy and grassroots organizing to the Let America Vote team.

Let America Vote Advisory Board:

Stacey Abrams, Former Minority Leader, Georgia House of Representatives
Jeramey Anderson, Mississippi State Representative
Eli Attie, former chief speechwriter to Vice President Gore
Andy Berke, Mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee
Guy Cecil, Chairman of Priorities USA
Janet Cruz, Minority Leader, Florida House of Representatives
Crisanta Duran, Speaker of the House, Colorado House of Representatives
Josh Earnest, former White House Press Secretary under President Obama
Marc Elias, voting rights and election lawyer, Chair of Perkins Coie’s Political Law Group
Jon Favreau, former chief speechwriter to President Obama
Lucy Flores, former Nevada Assemblywoman
Adrian Fontes, Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorder
Jerry H. Goldfeder, election law and voting rights attorney; adjunct professor, Fordham Law School and Penn Law School
Christine Greig, Democratic Floor Leader, Michigan House of Representatives
Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky Secretary of State
Gerry Hebert, former DOJ official on Voting Rights and solo practitioner
Eric Johnson, Texas State Representative
Martin Luther King III, human rights activist
Ellen Kurz, founder and president of iVote
Marlon Marshall, Founding Partner at 270 Strategies
Linda McCulloch, former Montana Secretary of State
William McCurdy II, Nevada state Assemblyman and Chair of the Nevada Democratic Party
Susana Mendoza, Comptroller of Illinois
Denise Merrill, Connecticut Secretary of State
Swati Mylavarapu, Partner at and Co-Founder of The Arena
Dan Pfeiffer, former senior advisor to President Obama
Samantha Power, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
Cecile Richards, President of Planned Parenthood Action Fund
Rebecca Rios, Minority Leader, Arizona House of Representatives
Stephanie Schriock, President of EMILY’s List
Bakari Sellers, former South Carolina State Representative
Nick Taranto, co-founder of Plated
Zephyr Teachout, law professor and activist
Bradley Whitford, actor and activist
Rev. Starsky D. Wilson, President & CEO of Deaconess Foundation and Co-chair of The Ferguson Commission