Council for Responsible Social Media Co-chairs Applaud Biden Administration Actions to Address the Mental Health Impacts of Social Media on Youth
Meet the Faces of Democracy: Cathy Darling Allen
New poll from Issue One’s Council for Responsible Social Media shows overwhelming bipartisan support for social media reforms
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Securing 2024: Defending US Elections through Investment and Reform
13 policy recommendations for federal and state lawmakers to meet 2024 administrative challenges...
The Price of Power Revisited
With control of the House of Representatives comes gavels — and fundraising expectations...
Who Profited from Election Deniers?
As election-denying secretary of state candidates raised large sums in 2022, political consultants behind the scenes were raking in the dough....
Why Congress Needs to Invest in Junior Staff...
The State of Elections: Post-Midterm Breakdown (Trust in Arizona Elections)
Join More Perfect, Issue One, and Citizen Data as we examine the implications of the 2022 Midterm Election cycle for trust in American elections. This briefing on Trust in Arizona…
Issue One in the Media
Tech Policy Press: To Move Forward with AI, Look to the Fight for Social Media Reform
Chicago Tribune: To protect our children and democracy, we need a commonsense approach to social media reform
Roll Call: Bipartisan groups urge Congress to boost election security grants
Washington Examiner: Congress must take action to secure and invest in the 2024 elections
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National Council on Election Integrity
A bipartisan group of 40 government, political, and civic leaders who are devoted to defending the legitimacy of our elections