Leaders in the nonpartisan reform space are set to gather in Los Angeles on September 27 for the American Democracy Summit – a 3-day event featuring A-list celebrities, high-profile public officials, and inspiring innovators committed to giving voters better elections and a more accountable political process.

The Fox News headline on September 19 read: “Longshot Republican presidential candidates scramble to make 2nd debate next week.” But while former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum struggle to qualify for the September 27 debate, their situation could be worse.
In his latest podcast, Andrew Yang sat down with UC Berkeley student and founder of BridgeUSA, Manu Meel, to discuss the partisan forces that have driven Americans apart and his group's efforts to bring young voters from across the political spectrum together.