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==Biography==
 
==Biography==
Dixon holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Brigham Young University, and although he originally planned to pursue a life in newspapers, he never got over his 1997 internship at the [[Cato Institute]]. He has since kept a foot in both journalism and public policy, working for [[Atlas Network]], the [[Show-Me Institute]], [[U.S. Term Limits]], [[Americans for Limited Government]], the [[Cascade Policy Institute]], [[Liberty Magazine]], the [[Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association]], the [[Idaho Freedom Foundation]], and the [[Idaho Press-Tribune]]. In that time, he has worked as a writer or editor on dozens of academic policy studies; hundreds of op-eds, articles, briefings, and press releases; thousands of blog entries; and much more. He has also been designing and maintaining websites since the mid-1990s, ranging from complex data-driven institutional sites to smaller nonprofit and e-commerce sites. Recreationally, Eric is a film and music buff with impracticably sprawling collections, but that makes him a useful utility player on trivia teams. He lives in Alexandria, VA.
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Dixon holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Brigham Young University, and although he originally planned to pursue a life in newspapers, he never got over his 1997 internship at the [[Cato Institute]]. He has since kept a foot in both journalism and public policy, working for [[Atlas Network]], the [[Show-Me Institute]], [[U.S. Term Limits]], [[Americans for Limited Government]], the [[Cascade Policy Institute]], [[Liberty Magazine]], the [[Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association]], the [[Idaho Freedom Foundation]], and the [[Idaho Press-Tribune]]. In that time, he has worked as a writer or editor on dozens of academic policy studies; hundreds of op-eds, articles, briefings, and press releases; thousands of blog entries; and much more. He has also been designing and maintaining websites since the mid-1990s, ranging from complex data-driven institutional sites to smaller nonprofit and e-commerce sites. Recreationally, Eric is a film and music buff with impracticably sprawling collections, but that makes him a useful utility player on trivia teams. He lived in Alexandria, VA.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:37, 9 December 2019

Eric D. Dixon
Eric-Dixon profile.png
Editor & Technology Developer
Libertarian Party
?—present
Predecessor: Unknown
Successor: Incumbent
Personal Details
Birth: 1972
Death: 2019
Alexandria, VA
Residence: Alexandria, VA
Party: Libertarian Party

Eric D. Dixon is the current Editor & Technology Developer for the Libertarian Party. He passed away suddenly in 2019, see Document: Memorial - A sad farewell to LP staffer Eric Dixon as printed in the October 2019 issue of LP News.

Biography

Dixon holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Brigham Young University, and although he originally planned to pursue a life in newspapers, he never got over his 1997 internship at the Cato Institute. He has since kept a foot in both journalism and public policy, working for Atlas Network, the Show-Me Institute, U.S. Term Limits, Americans for Limited Government, the Cascade Policy Institute, Liberty Magazine, the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association, the Idaho Freedom Foundation, and the Idaho Press-Tribune. In that time, he has worked as a writer or editor on dozens of academic policy studies; hundreds of op-eds, articles, briefings, and press releases; thousands of blog entries; and much more. He has also been designing and maintaining websites since the mid-1990s, ranging from complex data-driven institutional sites to smaller nonprofit and e-commerce sites. Recreationally, Eric is a film and music buff with impracticably sprawling collections, but that makes him a useful utility player on trivia teams. He lived in Alexandria, VA.