Martin Bergstrom is a Lead Research Data Associate at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, where he operates in a hybrid role between the programming and analytics departments.  On any given day, he can be found optimizing internal processes in Python, programming surveys, or writing analyses of voter behavior in key battleground states.  Prior to joining GQR, Martin served as a field strategy specialist for a number of state and local races in Western Michigan, acting as the Deputy Political Director for a U.S. Congressional Campaign and advising a myriad of candidates before joining Anzalone Liszt Grove Research as a Research Analyst.

Martin graduated with Honors from Kalamazoo College with a degree in Economics and Political Science, winning the William G. Harding Memorial Prize in Economics for his research in econometric theory and analysis.  He grew up in the charming, sunny, and consistently weird Lawrence, Kansas and is a lifelong Jayhawk.