President and founder of Trailblazers PAC Leslie Danks Burke joins the podcast to explain how their organization supports candidates who support clean money. Learn more about their work, Leslie’s experience running for office, and how voters respond to candidates who embrace campaign finance reform. Leslie and David also discuss the impact of money in local elections, which, spoiler alert, may be bigger than you think.
House Democrats recently passed HR1, an “anti-corruption” bill. What does it actually do? What are its chances of success? How does it fit in with the movement for a constitutional amendment? Answers to those questions and more in the latest episode of the Citizens Take Action Podcast with guest Jon Landis.
Marshall James of Citizens Climate Lobby discusses his journey into political activism and what Citizens’ Climate Lobby is doing to fight climate change in Congress. So if you’re politically curious but want to become politically active, or you’d like to learn more about the leading legislation to fight climate change, press play and enjoy our fifth episode!
James K. Glassman joins the podcast to talk about the problems caused by the Electoral College and address the most common arguments in favor of the Electoral College. David and James also explain how we can fix the Electoral College with the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, and how you can support the Compact in your state.