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Brennan Center for Justice
The Brennan Center for Justice is a non-partisan public policy and law institute that focuses on the fundamental issues of democracy and justice.
New America Foundation is a non-partisan public policy institute that invests in new thinkers and new ideas to address the next generation of challenges. It focuses on a wide range of issues, including national security studies, technology, asset building, health, gender, energy, education, and the economy. New America Foundation emphasizes work that is responsive to the changing conditions and problems of their 21st Century information-age economy. It is focused on shaping up shortened job tenures, longer life spans, mobile capital, financial imbalances, and rising inequality by utilizing the funds received from both the private and public sectors.
The New York City Campaign Finance Board is a nonpartisan, independent city agency that ensures local elections are fair, inclusive, and open. We boost participation among voters and candidates alike so that our elected officials address the needs of our diverse communities and the issues voters care about. We do this by empowering New Yorkers who are less likely to vote, reducing barriers to running for office, and offering solutions to improve our election system. Established in 1988, the agency also equips New Yorkers with information about the candidates on their ballot and how their campaigns are funded. Our matching funds program matches every $1 from a local donor with up to $8 of city funding, encouraging city candidates to focus on their communities instead of special interests.
At Citizen, we envision a society where more people work together to achieve meaningful progress on issues that matter. Our mission is to empower change-makers with the actionable data and tools to transcend differences, improve lives, and drive real impact. We're building a platform for the long-term with clients and partners who benefit from an open ecosystem of best-in-class analytics, strategy, marketing, and organizing support.
New Georgia Project
The New Georgia Project is a nonpartisan effort to register and civically engage Georgians. Georgia’s population is growing and becoming increasingly diverse. Over the past decade, the population of Georgia increased 18%. The New American Majority – people of color, those 18 to 29 years of age, and unmarried women – is a significant part of that growth. The New American Majority makes up 62% of the voting age population in Georgia, but they are only 53% of registered voters.
Good Party is building free, open-source tools to marshal the creative community and mobilize digital natives to vote differently. Our technology and movement will help independent, grassroots candidates from across the political spectrum have a real chance of running and winning elections, for the first time in modern history! Good Party is founded by serial entrepreneur, Farhad Mohit (farhadmohit.com), with over $1B in exits — Flipagram (now TikTok), Shopzilla, and BizRate. Good Party is a fully-funded startup organized as a Public Benefit Corporation (people and impact over revenues or profit). Our diverse team is 100% remote and from all across the political spectrum and country. We work hard and care about each other’s well being.
The National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers (NANR) is a member-led Association dedicated to structural election reforms in the public interest. We provide support to our member organizations through shared resources, best practices, and regular convenings.
The National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) is dedicated to strengthening civic life in America. We pursue our mission through a nationwide network of partners involved in a cutting-edge civic health initiative, our cross-sector conferences and engagement with a broad spectrum of individuals and organizations interested in utilizing civic engagement principles and practices to enhance their work.
Protect Democracy is a nonpartisan nonprofit with an urgent mission: to prevent our democracy from declining into a more authoritarian form of government. We do this by holding the President and the Executive Branch accountable to the laws and longstanding practices that have protected our democracy through both Democratic and Republican administrations. We have seen an unprecedented tide of authoritarian-style politics sweep the country that is fundamentally at odds with the Bill of Rights, the constitutional limitations on the role of the President, and the laws and unwritten norms that prevent overreach and abuse of power. The only limits to prevent a slide away from our democratic traditions will be those that are imposed by the Courts, Congress, and the American people.