David Morse has always focused on the practical everyday application of data research and analysis. For the last 6 and a half years, David studied, analyzed, and explained the United States Federal Tax Code's International components. Specifically, David has focused on the obvious imbalance in business caused by using an origin-based taxation system built for the 19th century in the 21st-century globalized economy. He specialized in researching and understanding destination-based corporate taxation and specifically the Sales Factor Apportionment model.
Before focusing full-time on tax policy, David founded and managed a non-profit directed towards non-partisan voter registration in the state of Idaho for 2 and a half years. He took available research and applied a data-driven approach to registration goals. David directed efforts in Moscow, ID and Boise, ID. He was inspired by similar work he did during law school.
David received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Idaho, where he focused on business, internet governance law, and non-profit formation. He also received a Bachelor Degree in International Studies at the University of Idaho focusing on international business and politics with interest in cyberterrorism.