Weekly Update by Jim Jonas of NANR - Healthy Self Governance Update

Posted by on February 22, 2019 at 2:28 PM

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It was a very exciting month of January for organizations in the Electoral Systems and Reform sector. There was a lot of legislation advanced as members worked with newly seated legislatures to promote accountability and make our electoral systems more democratic. Additionally, several organizations announced internal efforts to help advance their missions.

Among the legislative victories:

Among the internal efforts:

So much was accomplished last month -- it really is impressive. And I’m sure I didn’t touch on all of the accomplishments of the electoral sector from January. With that in mind, if you are in the electoral sector or are familiar with members in the electoral / campaigns sector and see that I missed something, please email Jeremy Garson at [email protected], and he’ll be sure to add it to the Outline for Healthy Self Governance.

Thank you,

Jim Jonas, Co-Founder

National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers (NANR)

(Note: The Bridge Alliance is a proud member of NANR, as are many of its member organizations)


Bridge Alliance Members in the News:

NICD - Idaho Statesman - This Idaho do-gooder gets up each morning in D.C. trying to bring common sense to America

Better Angels - The Berkshire Edge - Letter to the Editor - Looking for a few good Reds and a few good Blues

Represent.Us - NJ Spotlight - Op-Ed: It's Time for New Jersey to Enact a 'Dark Money' Law