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Please join us on April 1st for this special members-only webinar for a discussion of the possibility of developing a trans-partisan conversation about the need for democracy reform.
PACE has been exploring this topic over the past year and one of our key partners has been the Fund For the Republic (FFR), led by Nick Penniman. FFR recently commissioned a report by Republican strategists Juleanna Glover, Mark McKinnon and Trevor Potter, which revealed that reform-minded conservative leaders are far more common than the political landscape might suggest. Their report, ‘A Conservative Lighthouse: Broadening the Coalition for Money-In-Politics Reform’ (attached above) shows that conservative leaders not only understand that policy outcomes are distorted by current campaign finance practices, but they also acknowledge that a largely unrestrained system might be actively hurting the Republican Party.
The topic will be introduced on our call by Nick Penniman, the Executive Director of FFR.
Then we’ll hear from Daniel Stid, a funder working in this space. Stid is a Senior Fellow at the Hewlett Foundation and advises Foundation President Larry Kramer on Hewlett’s efforts to improve the health of democracy in America.
After that we’ll hear from all three authors of the FFR report:
-Juleanna Glover is currently the Managing Director at Teneo Intelligence and previously served as senior staff to George W. Bush, John McCain, Dick Cheney, Rudi Giuliani and many others.
–Mark McKinnon is a Senior Advisor at Hill+Knowlton and has served as a senior advisor to George W. Bush, John McCain, Lance Armstrong, Bono and many others.
–Trevor Potter is one of the country’s best known campaign and election lawyers. He previously served as a Commissioner and Chairman of the Federal Election Commission.
Title: PACE Webinar: Is There Trans-Partisan Support for Democracy Reform?
Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
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