UMBC’s Leiter-Mason & Case Blog from Democratic Convention

Caitlyn Leiter-Mason and Mitch Case (photo by Brian Brown)

UMBC’s Caitlyn Leiter-Mason ’14, GWS and political science, and Mitch Case ’11, MCS, are in Charlotte this week serving as delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Leiter-Mason was elected to represent Maryland’s 6th District and Case to represent Maryland’s 7th District in the April 2012 primary election. Both are delegates for President Obama.

The two are blogging about their experiences at A Tale of Two Delegates.

Leiter-Mason, a Sondheim Public Affairs Scholar majoring in Gender & Women’s Studies and Political Science, is president of the UMBC College Democrats. She has served as SGA’s election board chair and director of community and governmental affairs, and is a contributor to the UMBC-based USDemocrazy. Follow her on Twitter at @caitjoe.

Case, who graduated in December, 2011 with a BA in Media & Communication Studies, is social media coordinator at the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts. As an undergraduate he served as president of the UMBC College Democrats and as SGA’s director of public relations. Follow him on Twitter at @themitchcase.

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Comments

  1. Caitlyn and Mitch are featured on a WBAL blog too. Check it out: http://scottwykoff.wbal.com/2012/09/blog-that-you-retrievers.html.

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