Audrey Kline, National Policy Director Audrey is a Colorado native who grew up in the northwestern suburbs of Denver, which is still one of the most politically “purple” areas in the country. She earned a BA in Political Science at Metropolitan State College of Denver and went on to spend nearly three years working in the Colorado State Senate. She then was hired as Political Director for Colorado’s AFL-CIO Denver central labor council, eventually moving on to larger local and Federal campaigns and private consulting. After the 2016 election, she switched her focus from partisan campaigns to nonprofit and nonpartisan leadership development where she has worked in over 30 states and federally focusing on campaign finance and elections compliance. Audrey is passionate about civic engagement and good governance and is excited to share her home state’s groundbreaking voting model with the rest of the nation.
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