Udi Ofer’s Study of Voting Patterns Cited by New York Times

Former Fellow Udi Ofer’s (’01) study of Philadelphia-area voting was discussed in a New York Times story about the A.C.L.U.’s efforts to combat Trump administration policies. “Udi Ofer, the A.C.L.U.’s deputy national political director, analyzed voting patterns and estimated that A.C.L.U. members in the Philadelphia area — 11,438 voters — made up roughly a quarter of all the people who vote in primaries there,” the story said.