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A local nova native, Jack was raised in Arlington County, attending Washington-Liberty High School. While in high school, he became passionate about politics after taking ‘AP GOV’ during the 2016 general election cycle, with a great teacher who sparked his interest. Jack attended James Madison University, where he played club ice hockey and became a member of the Pi Kappa Phi social fraternity. 


His interest in political theory and civic engagement reached new heights while attending college, where he often engaged in debates and conversations with his peers on a range of issues. Prior to his senior year at JMU, Jack interned for Senator L. Louise Lucas, where he took many lessons from her leadership, strength, and endless passion towards fighting for the people. 


After graduating, Jack moved back to Arlington and joined Pocket Aces to work to help give individuals and communities a voice in their government, and empower those who work towards a better future for all, not just the few. 



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