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[[File:JoshAltic.jpg|150px|thumb|Josh Altic]]'''Josh Altic''' is a staff writer on [[Ballotpedia:Overview and contact information|Ballotpedia]].  
 
[[File:JoshAltic.jpg|150px|thumb|Josh Altic]]'''Josh Altic''' is a staff writer on [[Ballotpedia:Overview and contact information|Ballotpedia]].  
  
Altic primarily covers on [[Portal:Local ballot measures|local ballot measures]] and related features, such as local elections, school bond and tax measures, [[List_of_ballot_measures_by_topic#tab=Local_topics|local measure political topics]] and more.
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Altic primarily covers on [[Portal:Local Ballot Measures|local ballot measures]] and related features, such as local elections, school bond and tax measures, [[List_of_ballot_measures_by_topic#tab=Local_topics|local measure political topics]] and more.
  
 
He first joined Ballotpedia in August 2012 as an assistant staff writer researching both local ballot measures and the [[Laws governing local ballot measures|laws governing local initiative and referendum]].  
 
He first joined Ballotpedia in August 2012 as an assistant staff writer researching both local ballot measures and the [[Laws governing local ballot measures|laws governing local initiative and referendum]].  

Latest revision as of 16:14, 11 April 2014

Josh Altic
Josh Altic is a staff writer on Ballotpedia.

Altic primarily covers on local ballot measures and related features, such as local elections, school bond and tax measures, local measure political topics and more.

He first joined Ballotpedia in August 2012 as an assistant staff writer researching both local ballot measures and the laws governing local initiative and referendum.

He has a bachelor's degree from Thomas Aquinas College, where he majored in analytic philosophy, theology and political philosophy. He is now continuing his study of philosophy at the University of Dallas in their IPS program.

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