Lehman Montgomery is a senior in the Politics Department pursuing a certificate in Statistics and Machine Learning. His research has primarily focused on how voters engage with and perceive electoral candidates from traditionally marginalized groups. He is currently working on his senior thesis with Lecturer Corrine McConnaughy, which quantitatively analyzes how voters conceptualize conservative minority candidates in American elections. He is also interning at the Office of the Attorney General, conducting research on data privacy and consumer protection. After graduation, he hopes to work in public interest technology for a few years before going on to graduate school.