Welcome to the Alliance

We are a diverse coalition of more than 80 respected established organizations committed to revitalizing democratic practice in America.

Since it’s often difficult for any one group to fully capture public attention or broadly popularize solutions, we are banding together to create great impact across three broad areas: civic engagement, governance and policymaking, and campaign and election processes.


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Glimpsing a Silver-Lining in this Otherwise Gloomy American Moment

Amidst the tumult of this perilous moment in the United States, could something surprisingly beautiful arise? Could this be the moment when good-hearted people across the political spectrum are forced to decisively come together - in defense of something perhaps more fundamental than ideological commitments of their respective parties?     If so, Jacob Hess (Living Room Conversations & Village Square) writes, it may start with recognizing profound differences that now exist among people identifying not only as "conservative" - but as "liberal" too. 

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The Need for Better Governance: An Example

Being a small business owner in America is not easy. You need the right amount of capital, the right team, and the right market just to launch your business, let alone be successful. Yet one of the biggest challenges facing small business’ is an unlikely enemy: the US government. A recent study by the National Federation of Independent Business found that 45% of small business owners consider government regulations a very serious business problem. Why? The sheer volume and compliance cost of regulations eats up a significant amount of human and financial capital - resources in scarce supply for small business owners.

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Peyton Jernigan, Yorktown High School, shadowed an Inspire U.S. staff member in Virginia for her senior experience. Read what she learned as an Inspired Fellow. How did you find out about Inspire U.S.? This past school year, my government class dedicated a class period to Inspire U.S. and the League of Women Voters. Both organizations brought in representatives and had students help register seniors to vote and to answer some questions about voter registration. Not only were these organizations informative, they also made the process comfortable and enjoyable.

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