Every adult American – but no foreign interest – should have an easy and meaningful ability to vote on and help finance candidates.
Voters have a right to participate in the democratic process, but for too many the barriers to entry are too high. In many instances, the right to vote has been reduced to a privilege, in patterns that are especially racially discriminatory. The ability to contribute financially to an election has become a primary manifestation of our First Amendment freedoms, yet many Americans lack the ability to make donations significant enough to counteract the impact of multi-millionaire, outside donors.
Put simply: our democracy is not inclusive of many Americans.
Read more about these reform priorities that are making governments and campaigns across the country more inclusive of every eligible American: