Christopher Roper Schell

Contributing Editor

Christopher Roper Schell is a contributing editor at Fair Observer. He is currently a book editor and policy advisor. He studied British literature at Southern Methodist University and law at George Washington University. With over a decade of Capitol Hill experience working for three Members of Congress, Christopher has handled policy issues varying from the financial crisis to healthcare. After a year spent at the Pentagon as a Congressional liaison, he ran for Congress in a 2020 special election. Christopher enjoys spending his spare time writing, watching movies, and entertaining benignly mad eccentrics at his carriage house.

Why Popular Ron De Santis Wins Big in Florida

In a demonstration of Fair Observer’s ethos, Contributing Editor Christopher Roper Schell takes on Chief Strategy Officer Peter Isackson to argue that there are many bona fide reasons for Florida Governor Ron De Santis to be popular. Characterizing him and other Republicans as racist is lazy, simplistic and not entirely true. Continue Reading

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