Two years after the highly contested 2020 election, the controversy over the integrity of the process and the response to the election results is still on full display in our nation’s capital. A new proposed change to Electoral College law seeks to ease any concerns over the presidential elections process.

RepresentUs, the nation’s largest anti-corruption organization, is celebrating 10 years as one of the pro-democracy movement’s preeminent leaders. In accompaniment with this milestone, the organization also announced a change in leadership roles.

John Silver is passing the CEO torch to RepresentUs Co-Founder Joshuan Graham Lynn, who has served as the group’s president. Silver will continue to serve as executive chair to ensure a smooth transition.

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on The Fulcrum and has been republished with permission from the publisher.

For those seeking better elections and a more representative government in the United States, the coming year is a time of great promise and peril. We have a historic opportunity to advance comprehensive electoral reform, yet have much to lose if we fall short.

The Supreme Court holds one of the most delicate roles in our republic. This is not only because of judicial review, which gives that branch virtually unlimited power to dictate both changes as well as continuity in our nation’s development. It is also because court must perpetuate the public’s perception that they are the most impartial branch of government, in order to retain their stature and legitimacy. 

Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on The Fulcrum and has been republished on IVN with permission from the publisher.

Voters in Clark County, Wash., will get the opportunity in 2022 to decide whether to move to ranked-choice voting for future elections.

The county’s Charter Review Commission, which is empowered to put initiatives on the ballot, voted Tuesday to move forward with an RCV proposal after surveying residents.