Veterans for All Voters
State Leaders are on-the-ground advocates for election innovations in their home states. The situation on the ground is different in each state. For example, some innovations happen in the state legislatures while other changes can happen at the ballot box.
Washington D.C. Testimonials
"As a leader in the grassroots democracy reform movement, I am pleased to support VPI here in Washington, DC, and nationally. As the daughter of a WWII veteran and the spouse of a veteran, with many other veterans in my immediate family, I know how important this democracy is to veterans. I learned the tenets of democracy in our home, from my father, and live out the lessons he taught me. I am envisioning what our democracy will look like in the future, while working in the nuts and bolts of electoral reform. There's not a minute to waste!"
"What excites and motivates me about volunteering for Veterans for All Voters is to continue to make a change for Veterans and all who want a better system."
U.S. Marine Corps Veteran
"I am deeply interested in working to advance structural democracy reforms that improve the policy process to ensure policy is reflective of public support. While I work on democracy in my full time role, I volunteer with UpVote VA and recently began exploring volunteering with the DC RCV ballot initiative. I think the work happening at Veterans For All Voters is exciting and looking to support the cause."
Army National Guard Veteran