Starting Date: 11-09-2007
Ending Date: 11-11-2007
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
United StatesTired of elections you can't trust and elections without real choices? Ready to do something about money in politics and fair access to the polls? Do you want to help confront the challenges of the 2008 elections and seize new reform opportunities in 2009? America needs better and fairer elections more than ever. This will be the largest gathering in years of national, state and local leaders working to meet the challenges of running fair elections, improving American democracy and winning reform.
Sponsors and supporters include Advancement Project, Americans for Campaign Reform, APRI- Delaware, Arizona Democracy Network, Ballot Initiative Strategy Center, Brennan Center, Californians for Electoral Reform, Campaign Against Violence, Campaign Legal Center, Century Foundation, Cities for Progress, Citizens for Election Integrity Minnesota, Common Cause, DC Vote, Democracy Matters, Democracy North Carolina, Democracy South, Democracy Works, Dêmos, FairVote, FairVote Minnesota, Free Press, Fund for Constitutional Government, Global Exchange, Grassroots Leadership, Illinois Campaign for Political Reform, Immigrant Voting Project, Independent Progressive Politics Network (IPPN), Institute for Policy Studies, Justice at Stake, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Liberty Tree, MassVote, Miami-Dade Election Reform Coalition, Midwest States Center, National Civic League, National Popular Vote, New America Foundation, Nonprofit Voter Engagement Network, Ohio Citizen Action, Oiste, People for the American Way, Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC), Praxis Project, Prison Policy Initiative, Progressive States, Public Campaign, Reclaim Democracy, Sentencing Project, Southern Coalition for Social Justice, Southwest Voter Research and Education Project, TrueVote Maryland, U.S. PIRG, Verified Voting, White House Project, Willie C. Velazquez Institute, Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.
Register before Nov 1 for early bird conference rate.
Geographical Scope: National