Melissa Byrne

political progressive

Guest

An alum of 2016 Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, Melissa Byrne is a national campaigner for various progressive organizations. She served on the Democratic National Committee's transition committee and as a former state director for MoveOn.org in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.

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