FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
APRIL 23, 2020
PHILADELPHIA – All Voting is Local welcomes Scott Seeborg as its new Pennsylvania State Director. In this capacity, Scott will lead the charge for effectuating All Voting is Local’s mission to expand voting rights in Pennsylvania, developing strategies to remove barriers between Pennsylvanians and the ballot box.
“Scott’s years of advocacy and leadership in this space is a tremendous asset and we are happy to have him on the team,” said Hannah Fried, All Voting is Local National Campaign Director. “With the passage of sweeping election reforms last October, Pennsylvania must ensure these changes are achieved so they are fair and accessible to all voters. Those needs have grown more urgent amid COVID-19. We’re pleased to have Scott lead our team’s fight for free, fair and safe elections in Pennsylvania.”
Seeborg most recently served as Campaign and Implementation Manager with the Center for Secure & Modern Elections, passing Automatic Voter Registration (AVR) laws at the state level and working with state officials, technical experts, and voting rights advocates to ensure successful implementation of AVR after its passage.
Throughout his career, Seeborg has worked with labor, environmental, and political organizations at the national level to raise the minimum wage, ensure sick days for all workers and to keep the United States air and water free from harmful chemicals. Scott first organized Pennsylvania communities in 2003 and has continued to play an active role in every election cycle since.
Seeborg is based in Philadelphia, joining the All Voting Is Local’s teams working on the ground in key states facing distinct assaults on voting rights: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.