State Voices

Nick Marshall

Deputy Director of Data and Civic Engagement

Nick Marshall is the Deputy Director of Data and Civic Engagement. He is responsible for coordinating the efforts of state tables to track, analyze, and perform quality control on voter registration data.

Nick began his career as an activist working as an advocate for disability rights in Connecticut. As an advocate organizer with Advocacy Unlimited, he worked with people with psychiatric disabilities, both in and outside of institutions, to become more effective advocates for themselves and the community. Since then, he’s worked as an organizer in a variety of electoral and non-electoral capacities, including at Clean Water Action, and Credo SuperPAC.

Prior to working with State Voices, Nick was the Data Director at the ProGeorgia from 2015-2019. He is a passionate believer in the power of state tables to make grassroots organizing more coordinated, data-driven, and impactful.
Nick holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Hampshire College. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, Lyndie, and his two cats, Max and Furiosa.

Letter from Alexis Anderson-Reed: All Black Lives Matter

The righteous rage demonstrated across the country is justified.

These uprisings are more than protest; they are a rebellion against white supremacy, racialized capitalism, a democracy that is not working, and the continued oppression, torture and murder of Black lives.

Impactful Leaders Foster Leadership in Others

At State Voices, we believe in the power of the collective and the power of transformational leadership. The best leaders are committed to amplifying more voices, supporting leadership in others, and building power with BIPOC communities.

Executive Directors of State Tables across the network exemplify these ideals. Several Executive Directors have joined State Voices over the last ten months, and they have so much to share about their collective vision for a more equitable world and a healthy democracy.

Electoral Justice and COVID-19 in Battleground States

The COVID-19 pandemic is illuminating injustices that have long existed in our society. This crisis underscores the need for a healthy democracy in which oppressed communities have a voice and get their needs met.

Learn about how a few State Tables across the country—like in Wisconsin, Nevada, Ohio, Georgia, Montana, and Louisiana—are pushing for electoral justice, mutual aid, and BIPOC political power during this time.