Voters sent a clear message by rejecting candidates who lie about our elections, says Issue One CEO Nick Penniman in wake of 2022 midterms
Diverse stakeholders and communities unite to combat social media’s impact on U.S. democracy
Issue One releases new ‘Faces of Democracy’ guide telling the story of U.S. elections and the people behind them
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Research and Analysis
Election-denying secretary of state candidates on the ballot have raised $8.9 million
The Congressional Fundraising Treadmill: Six Numbers to Know from New Campaign Finance Filings, July – September 2022
3 Existential Threats to Our Elections
An exodus of election officials, potential election manipulation, and inadequate funding of our election infrastructure threaten our democracy...
12 examples of how state legislators have drawn unfair maps for partisan gain over the next decade...
Entrepreneurship as a Vehicle for Building Inclusive, Multigroup Democracies
Democracy Entrepreneurs are innovators who are working to strengthen democracy. This session will highlight how democracy entrepreneurs across the world are building innovative organizational models and strategies to give rise…
Issue One in the Media
Ms. Magazine: Protecting the Process: Why You Should Always Talk Politics at the Dinner Table
CNN: Money flowing to some election deniers sets off scramble in secretary of state races
Washington Examiner: Don’t delay — update the Electoral Count Act now
The Denver Gazette: Stand up for democracy; be a poll worker
Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus of over 200 former members of Congress, governors, and Cabinet officials is the largest bipartisan coalition of its kind ever assembled to advocate for sweeping reforms to fix our broken political system
National Council on Election Integrity
A bipartisan group of 39 government, political, and civic leaders who are devoted to defending the legitimacy of our elections