OPEN PRIMARIES AND RANKED-CHOICE VOTING

There is a better way

HELP FIX THE BROKEN SYSTEM

Move Nevada Forward has joined the coalition, including Andrew Yang, Nevadans for Election Reform, Vote Nevada and others, to bring Open Primaries and Ranked-Choice Voting to Nevada.


If you’re here then you probably sense that our current political system is not working for us. If we continue down the same path we can expect to receive the same outcomes.
Something has got to change and it starts with us. This is a people-powered initiative to bring democracy reform to our state. Our constitution allows us to bring these changes and we can no longer rely on our legislators or institutions to make them happen.


No matter how big or small, we all have a role to play in this movement and we’re excited to find out what’s yours!

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WHY OPEN PRIMARIES & RANKED-CHOICE VOTING?

The combination of Open Primaries & Ranked-Choice Voting, sometimes referred to as Final-Five Voting, resolves many of the issues we have with our current plurality voting system.  

To learn how it works please watch & share this video:


https://youtu.be/wvMrvjiciBw


If you would like to learn more about Final-Five Voting, The Institute for Political Innovation has tons of resources. 


To learn more about the RCV history in Nevada and other data watch this presentation by Doug Goodman from Nevadans for Election Reform. 

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OUR ROADMAP TO BRINGING DEMOCRACY REFORM TO NEVADA

The ballot question has been submitted to the Secretary of State's Office. Our next big task is to collect 140,000 signatures by late June 2022 (35,000 in each Congressional district) to put our ballot question up for a vote in November 2022.


We can not make this happen without your help and there are tons of ways to get involved. By completing this form we’ll be able to get an idea of how you can help out.

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THE INSTITUTE FOR POLITICAL INNOVATION

Washington is broken. We say it all the time. But the truth is, Washington is working exactly how it is designed to work and delivering exactly the results it is designed to deliver, because it wasn’t designed to work for us— for the citizens, the voters, the public interest. What appears broken to us is humming right along for the industry itself, and it will not self-correct. To force a correction, we must revive the American tradition of political innovation. To change the results our system delivers, we must change the rules of the game. That’s the singular power and sole purpose of our innovation work, and the only legacy we care about.

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