Our Virtual Discussion Series returns for our first conversation of 2023 and it’s one you don’t want to miss!
After a major year of progress, where we saw Maine adopt open primaries and Nevada vote to enact nonpartisan open primaries, over a dozen states are birthing local movements grounded in reforming the primaries. Several will likely be on the ballot in 2024. The strength of this explosion in activity is that it is organic, decentralized, and powered by very different types of Americans with diverse politics, concerns, and solutions.
We have a chance to sit down with some of these leaders.
Our upcoming discussion features Margaret Kobos (Oklahoma United for Progress), Michael Calcagno (All Oregon Votes), Joe Kirby (South Dakota Open Primaries) and Steve Goldstein (Save Democracy AZ). Open Primaries President John Opdycke will host the discussion.
Join us, get the inside scoop and be inspired by their efforts to let all voters vote.
We highly encourage you to tune in to this one!
Margaret Kobos (Oklahoma United for Progress)
Michael Calcagno (All Oregon Votes)
Joe Kirby (South Dakota Open Primaries)
Steve Goldstein (Save Democracy AZ)
John Opdycke (Open Primaries)