Welcome to the Alliance

We are a diverse coalition of more than 90 respected established organizations committed to revitalizing democratic practice in America. Each member has agreed to adhere to The Four Principles.

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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Does Unlimited Political Spending Support Democracy? Why We Don’t Think So

A strong majority of American citizens support an amendment to authorize limits on the influence of big money on our political system—an influence that has exploded since the 2010 Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. FEC. Whatever their beliefs on specific issues, Americans see how unlimited political spending is undermining representative democracy, distorting our economy and undermining public trust—and they want it to change.

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VIDEO: How AllSides Spots Media Bias

Unlike other media bias rating sites, AllSides does not base its ratings on the subjective interpreation of just one individual. Our robust Media Bias Rating Methodology takes into account the opinions of people from all over the political bias spectrum. We conduct blind surveys, editorial reviews, third party data, and gather community feedback to help arrive at our final bias ratings. Learn more about our methodology. There is no such thing as unbiased news. But hidden bias misleads and divides us. That's why we created the AllSides Media Bias Rating. We make media bias transparent, so you can free yourself from filter bubbles — and decide the truth for yourself.

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OK, so the House wants to reform itself? Here’s what it should really do.

Early this month, on the opening day of the 116th Congress, something unusual happened: The House of Representatives took a step to reform itself. Legislators approved a package of rules changes to fix some of its more glaring problems. Some of these are long overdue: As of Jan. 4, representatives can no longer sit on corporate boards while in office, and members are now officially prohibited from sleeping with their staff.

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