Reformation Series: A conversation with Dr. Richard Barton, Democracy Fellow at Unite America
For our newest Reformation Series video, Todd Connor talks with Dr. Richard Barton, a Democracy Fellow at Unite America and a professor at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
In this interview:
We discuss how Louisiana, since 1975 when they eliminated partisan primaries, has become one of the least polarized states in the U.S.
We look at how the Top-2 open primaries model in California has created a more inclusive, productive governing environment
How election reforms and open election systems creates real-world improvements in health, education, and the lives of citizens