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Campaign Strategist

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Lily Jackson joined the ACLU of New Hampshire in August of 2021. She first took on the role of Redistricting Organizer during the once-in-a-decade process of re-drawing electoral district boundaries, where she organized her community to write postcards to the Governor, have individuals call their representatives, and make sure that the complex process of redistricting was accessible and understandable to all Granite Staters. After fighting for fair maps across the Granite State from 2021-2022, she then took on the role of Campaign Strategist for the affiliate, developing and implementingcampaign planning at a state and local level for a number of issue areas, primarily in the public safety space. In 2023, she looks forward to working on marijuana legalization, ending the criminalization of poverty, and voting rights among other issues. 

Prior to joining the ACLU of New Hampshire, Lily studied political science student at the University of New Hampshire. She spent her time at undergrad advocating for accessible student voting and was awarded the 2020 Grassroots Pioneers Award by the New Hampshire Young Democrats. She continued her advocacy in 2021 and was published in USA Today for her opinion piece on the student voting rights bill, H.R. 1. 

After graduating in 2021, she began organizing with a number of different national and state campaigns, including Bernie Sanders 2016, Joe Biden 2020, Field Lead for the MLK Day of Service under the Inauguration Committee, the New Hampshire Coordinated Campaign, and for Jon Santiago for Boston Mayor in 2021.

In her free time, Lily enjoys reading Agatha Christie novels, running road races, and exploring the mountains by hiking or skiing.