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IVN’s writers come from all across the political spectrum and beyond. They are as diverse as they are unique; each with his or her own story to tell. Become a writer today and add your perspective.
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Nelson EasterlingNelson is retired from state government in Florida. Served as senior staff with Florida Senate. Veteran of US Army Security Agency. PhD from FSU in Political Economics
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Lucas EavesFrench traveler on a journey to understand the arcane of American politics while enjoying life in San Diego.
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IVN EditorialThis is the Editor's account for the Independent Voter Network. We are, to the best of our knowledge, the only open platform for journalists who are bound not by an ideology, but a simple etiquette.
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Griffin EdwardsA San Diego native, Griffin is the Assistant Director of Communications at the Lugar Center, a DC think tank chaired by retired Senator Richard Lugar. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, with a double major in international development and Russian language, and a member of Dobro Slovo, the national Slavic language honor society.
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Noel EgnatiosNoel Egnatios is a San Diego attorney focusing on intellectual property matters and business litigation, and a board member of the non-profit behind IVN, the Foundation for Independent Voter Education (FIVE). She worked at Cooley LLP in San Diego for five years and is currently serving as legal counsel for a major jewelry retailer.
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Faith EischenUSC student studying International Relations and Journalism
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Dylan EllerDylan Eller is a freelance writer from Boise, ID who focuses on tech, current events, and music.
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Dave EmanuelDave Emanuel has been a journalist for over 30 years and has authored over 2,000 magazine articles and seven books. His political commentary often presents a unique perspective as a result of his own experiences and his personal relationships with numerous elected officials. He is also involved in local politics and serves as a City Councilman in Snellville, GA.
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Stephen EricksonStephen Erickson is the author of "What Would Madison Do? The Political Journey Progressives and Conservatives Must Make Together," probably the only political book in America today praised by leading voices on the Left AND Right. Beginning as Resident Scholar at US Term Limits in the 1990s, he has worked for years on political reform. Trained as an historian, Erickson is also co-author of the critically acclaimed history book, "Boon Island: A True Story of Mutiny, Shipwreck and Cannibalism."
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Damon ErisDamon is an independent blogger, covering the opposition to the entrenched, two-party system at Poli-Tea as well as Third Party and Independent Daily.
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Marc ErlbaumMarc Erlbaum is a filmmaker and social activist. He is the founder and president of Nationlight Productions, a production company that produces positive, uplifting feature films for audiences of all backgrounds and affiliations. He is also the co-founder of the Jewish Relief Agency, the largest volunteer food relief organization in the Greater Philadelphia Region, and the founder of Common Party, a non-political, social movement that is working to bring Americans back together in this divisive time through the focus on, and celebration of, our overwhelming commonality.
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Richard EstesRichard lives in Sacramento, California, and hosts "Speaking in Tongues" on KDVS 90.3 FM, a Friday afternoon public affairs program that emphasizes liberal to left issues of concern from an anti-authoritarian perspective. Through his life in Sacramento, recognized as one of the most diverse cities in the United States, he has come to appreciate the centrality of racial and class diversity in any progressive social movement. He has also posted on the American Leftist blog, http://www.amleft.blogspot.com, since 2005. He believes that the hierarchies embedded within American capitalism are responsible for the deprivation and violence that are so endemic in this society, and insists that he was radicalized more by Oshima and Fassbinder than by Marx, Trotsky and Kropotkin.
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Brenda EvansI am a recent graduate from Ohio University. I majored in Online Journalism with a specialization in Political Science and Geography. I also received a certificate in Environmental Studies and am deeply interested in environmental issues, especially those concerning water.
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Lillian EwingIndustrious and enthusiastic professional with dual Master's Degrees in the life sciences and English in addition to a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Minnesota
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Zim EzumahZim is a University of California, San Diego graduate with a B.A. in Political Science and African American Studies. Her focus is on multi-cultural affairs and gender issues, and is working towards a career in public media relations and law.
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