Event 12/16: Understanding the State of Democracy Reform Through 2020 Ballot Initiatives
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12/16 1 pm ET Understanding the State of Democracy Reform Through 2020 Ballot Initiatives. Hosted by Campaign Legal Center and includes reps from AL, MO, and VA, including ED of FairMapsVA Brian Cannon. Register here.
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
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