Jeff Greenburg has been named as a Senior Advisor of Election Administration at the Committee of Seventy. The Mercer County, PA, resident and native previously served in similar capacities at The Voter Project in Pennsylvania and the National Vote at Home Institute, both which advocate for increased access to voting by mail.
Greenburg previously was the Director of Elections in Mercer County from 2007-2020. During this time, Greenburg served one term as Pennsylvania’s local representative on the U.S. Elections Assistance Commission Standards Board, as president and legislative chairman of the Western Pennsylvania Election Personnel Association, and as a member of the Election Reform Committee for the County Commissioners’ Association of Pennsylvania where he helped shape policy recommendations on behalf of counties for consideration by the Pennsylvania General Assembly. He also led the Commonwealth’s first risk-limiting ballot audit pilot in 2019.
Prior to his tenure with the county, Greenburg covered elections for the final three years of a 15-year journalism career at The Herald newspaper in Sharon, PA.
Greenburg resides in West Middlesex, PA, with his wife Bobbi and their Old English Sheepdog Archie. They have two adult children: Johnna, who is an elementary school teacher at Sharon City School District, and Noah, who is a student at Slippery Rock University.