Larisa Alexandrovna Bio, Age, Family, Education, Writing, Instagram

Larisa Alexandrovna Biography

Larisa Alexandrovna is a journalist, essayist, and poet, born in Odessa, Ukraine. She is also an American blogger for the Huffington Post and for her own journalism blog. Alexandrovna has had her work referenced in Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, and Newsweek among others.

Larisa Alexandrovna Age

Larisa Alexandrovna was born in 1971 in Odessa, Ukraine.

Larisa Alexandrovna Family

Alexandrovna was born in Odessa, Ukraine to Jewish parents Aleksander Yurovich, a physicist, and Klavdia Borisovna, an accountant.

Larisa Alexandrovna Education

Alexandrovna attended Cleveland State University where she majored in English and Creative Writing. It was during that time that she was the poetry editor for the Cleveland Review.

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Larisa Alexandrovna Career

she was the poetry editor for the Cleveland Review at Cleveland State University, also covering local news and culture. She worked with Russian poet Zoya Folkova to translate her work into English. In the mid-1990s, she moved to New York to work at Nasdaq, Larisa Alexandrovna initially published only poetry and short fiction. During the 2000 election, she said that she formally began to write opinion and news pieces. She first became recognized for her reporting after she wrote an investigative piece about election fraud in Ohio, which was later cited in What went wrong in Ohio, a report published by Congressman John Conyers (D-MI) and later cited in several prominent articles, including in Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s controversial Rolling Stone article. Later articles on election fraud and domestic politics, included covering the Real ID Act, did not gain much attention domestically. However, a series of articles on the pre-war intelligence on Iraq and alleged illegal activities of the US Department of Defense and reporting on the CIA leak case and Iran gained Alexandrovna respect as an investigative journalist.

Larisa Alexandrovna is currently is a journalist, essayist, and poet, she also served as the Managing Editor of Investigative News of The Raw Story and contributes opinion and columns to online publications such as Alternet. She is also an American blogger for the Huffington Post and for her own journalism blog, at-Largely. Alexandrovna has had her work referenced in Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, and Newsweek among others.

Larisa Alexandrovna Net Worth

Larisa’s primary income source is Writer, Currently, We don’t have enough information about Cars, Monthly/Yearly Salary. Her net worth is currently estimated to around 100K-1M.

Larisa Alexandrovna Writing

Larisa Alexandrovna initially published only poetry and short fiction. She began to write opinion and news pieces.

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                   Published: December 7, 2018

                         Source: www.politico.com

Democrat McCready takes back concession in disputed 9th congressional district race”: “His Thursday announcement came amid allegations of absentee ballot tampering and other interference in Bladen and Robeson counties that appear to have helped Republican Mark Harris, who is ahead by just 905 votes in unofficial returns.

“The controversy has raised the possibility that N.C. Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement will call a new election. McCready issued a forceful statement Thursday, calling on Harris to detail his knowledge of suspect activities on behalf of his campaign.

“‘I didn’t serve overseas in the Marines just to come home to N.C. and watch a criminal, bankrolled by my opponent, take away people’s very right to vote,’ McCready said. ‘Today I withdraw my concession and call on Mark Harris to end his silence and tell us exactly what he knew, and when.’ … A political operative named McCrae Dowless has emerged as the focus of allegations that he led a network of people who collected absentee-by-mail ballots en masse, which is forbidden under N.C. law. The state Board of Elections and the Wake County District Attorney have launched investigations.