J. Collin Marozzi
Collin Marozzi serves as policy strategists for the ACLU of Ohio. Based out of the Columbus office, Collin works with coalition partners, community stakeholders, and elected officials to advance the ACLU’s agenda. Though always on the lookout for new advocacy opportunities, Collin is primarily focused on enacting criminal justice reforms, ensuring equal protection for the LGBTQ community, and expanding voting rights. Before joining the ACLU of Ohio in January of 2020, Collin spent over two years working in the Ohio Legislature, first as a Legislative Service Commission Fellow and then as senior legislative aide to Senator Vernon Sykes. Collin earned his BA in Political Science from Allegheny College in May of 2012. He then went on to pursue his graduate studies at the University of Akron where he received a Masters of Applied Politics from UA’s Bliss Institute. While studying at the Bliss Institute, Collin had the opportunity to intern with Common Cause Ohio and Senator Sherrod Brown’s office in Columbus.
Here’s what you need to know about redistricting in Ohio
By: J. Collin Marozzi - August 25, 2021
On Aug. 12, the U.S. Census Bureau provided the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico with population counts to use in their redrawing of the electoral district boundaries for representation in Congress, state legislatures, and many county and municipal offices — a process also known as “redistricting.” In Ohio, this process has […]
The general election Ohioans don’t deserve
By: J. Collin Marozzi - August 26, 2020
Watching the past three months unfold has left voter advocates and election administrators scratching their heads and rolling their eyes. It seems our elected officials learned nothing from the botched primary election. You would think the sting of national humiliation for fumbling this year’s primary would spur the kind of election improvements we saw in […]