Alexandria Bratton is a liberal political activist in the state of Virginia focusing on ethnic representation and Census issues. She is presently a program manager for the Virginia Civic Engagement Table.
Alexandria Bratton is currently the program manager of the Virginia Civic Engagement Table (VCET), a non-profit organization that seeks to support and integrate left-progressive advocacy groups in the state of Virginia. 
Working with partners like the Virginia Progressive Leadership Project, Bratton is involved with VCET’s annual Advocacy Training, which connects progressive activists in Virginia. 
Bratton was a participant in the 2019 Policy Summit, hosted by the liberal think tank Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis, where she co-led a session called “Demographic Change, the 2020 Census, and Implications for Fair Representation and Funding.” 
Bratton is involved in CVET’s Virginia Counts Coalition, a group of partner organizations developed to support “hard to count” areas of Virginia for the 2020 Census. As a partner of CVET, Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy co-hosted a 2020 Census Community Townhall in 2019, where Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) announced that he would shift $1.5 million from Virginia’s Economic Contingency Fund to support Virginia’s 2020 Census count. 
Bratton has formerly been critical of Governor Northam and his support of a 2019 tax relief deal, which would provide tax rebates to Virginia residents. Bratton claims that the tax deal would cut funding to support the 2020 census, and believes that a “representative census is critical to advance racial equity in Virginia.” 
Bratton has long been involved with the political process, and is a former community organizer, with a focus on black voter engagement.