Laurie, a native from Maine, is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts where she majored in Political Science and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. As a Millennial veteran of Washington DC, she has interned at the White House, worked at the Democracy Alliance, and was a fellow at the prestigious Roosevelt Institute. She assisted with a major exit poll for the 2012 Massachusetts elections, and engaged in extensive research into race politics and Presidential rhetoric. Her own original research on women's issues in the Brown/Warren Senate race will be published this year.
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