Ally J. Levine

Electionland Data/Interactive Fellow

Ally J. Levine is the data and interactive fellow for ProPublica’s Electionland project. She studied graphic design at the School of Media and Journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill. Ally enjoys exploring the intersection of organic illustration and data visualization. Previously, Ally was the data visualization intern at the Los Angeles Times where she produced a visual story on palm trees dying in Los Angeles.

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The Informed Voter’s Guide to Making Sure Your Vote Counts

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How Well Are Your Elections Run?

Election Day is only weeks away. Find out how — and how well — your county or town handles election administration.

Fund Meant to Protect Elections May Be Too Little, Too Late

The federal government has released data on how states will spend $380 million set aside for election infrastructure. But questions remain about how much it will help secure the 2018 election.

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A report out today by the MIT Election Lab finds signs of progress and evidence of protest.

Updated: Facebook Political Ad Collector

See how political advertisers target you. Use this database to search for political ads based on who was meant to see them.

How Voting Laws Have Changed Since 2016

See the new legislation and legal cases in your state that have the potential to change how you vote this November.

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