Lindsay Langholz

Senior Director of Policy and Program

Lindsay Langholz joined ACS in September 2019 and currently serves as Senior Director of Policy and Program in charge of the “Democracy and Voting” and “Equality and Liberty” portfolios.

In this capacity, she works with legal scholars and advocates to protect and expand the right to vote, ensure that our elections are fair and accessible, and promote laws and policies that protect individual liberty and address inequality resulting from discrimination. She represents the organization in coalition meetings and works with experts in the field to develop issue briefs and blog posts.

Before joining ACS, Langholz directed voter protection programs on behalf of two presidential campaigns, a national party, and two state party organizations. She has also advised nonprofit voting rights organizations, managed several political campaigns, and worked as a campaign coordinator for the AFL-CIO.

Langholz received her J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and her B.A. in Politics from New York University.


ACS Book Talk: Dollars for Life

December 19, 2022


Episode 80: A Radical Legal Fiction

December 13, 2022


Episode 78: Election Debrief, Part II

November 29, 2022


Episode 77: Post Election Debrief, Part I

November 22, 2022

InBrief Blog

A Busy Week for Democracy

Russ Feingold March 4, 2022


Episode 32: We Need to Talk Elections

January 11, 2022


Episode 27: Roe on the Brink

December 7, 2021


Episode 22: Disability Law Is Broken

November 2, 2021


Episode 7: Supreme Court Wrap Up

July 20, 2021



2021 ACS Student Convention

March 4, 2021


Reckoning with the Constitution

March 3, 2021