is a fellow on the data visuals team. Prior to the Texas Tribune, he was a summer intern on the interactives team at the San Francisco Chronicle, and a data journalist at Dremio, a data-as-a-service company in Mountain View. He graduated from Brown in 2017 with degrees in Computer Science and Classics, and he is excited to be telling stories with code at the Tribune.
Tuesday's elections fired up more Texas voters than any midterm in a generation. Turnout even eclipsed the 2000 presidential race in which Texans helped put George W. Bush — one of their own — in the White House.