Virtual Event: Understanding the State of Democracy Reform Through 2020 Ballot Initiatives

A man's hand holding a pen over a ballot with ballot initiatives listed on it.
A voter fills out an absentee ballot during the 2020 general election. Photo by Casey Atkins/Campaign Legal Center.

Wednesday, December 16, 2020 from 1-2 p.m. Eastern Time.

Join us for a panel discussion as we meet with democracy advocates from Virginia, Missouri and Alaska to discuss some of the most talked-about ballot initiatives in 2020. We'll focus on voting rights, money in politics, independent redistricting commissions and citizen-led efforts to reform our democracy.

CLC experts and state leaders will offer a brief overview of the initiatives they worked on in 2020 and provide analysis on the current trends in democracy reform.


  • Caleb Jackson, CLC Legal Counsel, Voting Rights


  • Danielle Lang, CLC Co-Director, Voting Rights & Redistricting 
  • Sean Nicholson, Senior Content Strategist and Research Director, GPS Impact, and former Campaign Manager, “Clean Missouri” 
  • Scott Kendall, Counsel, Alaska’s Yes on Ballot Measure 2 Campaign 
  • Brian Cannon, Executive Director, Fair Maps VA and OneVirginia2021

RSVP by December 15 to receive a reminder and link to the virtual event.