RCV Resources

National Reform Organizations

Ranked-Choice Voting

FairVote - "As the national organization most focused on fundamental structural reform of American elections, we act as a traditional think tank through careful research, innovative analysis, effective educational resources and timely conferences, but also creatively engage with leading reformers, thought leaders and the media to turn new ideas into widely accepted policy options." ~FairVote Facebook page, Twitter

Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center -  "The Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center provides a compilation of best practices and first-hand experiences from jurisdictions that have used this method of voting. The website, www.rankedchoicevoting.org, and overall project serve as a resource for voters, election administrators, policy makers, and candidates." ~Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center Facebook page, Twitter

Rank the Vote -  "Rank the Vote is a non-partisan, 501c3 non-profit organization formed to empower people across America to rapidly build grassroots movements for Ranked Choice Voting in their own states, creating the preconditions for successful ballot or legislative campaigns." ~Rank the Vote Facebook page, Twitter

RCV123.org - "Building an iPhone app for ranked-choice voting - make it free and easy for community groups to hold their elections with ranked choice. Education by demonstration." ~RCV123 Facebook page, Twitter

RCV America - "RCV America is a resource for ranked-choice voting advocates and donors across the U.S, and is a project of Ranked Choice Voting Strategies LLC, which develops and implements winning campaigns to give more choice and more voice to voters." ~RCV America Facebook page

General Reform

RepresentUs - "RepresentUs is a non-partisan movement to fix our broken political system. We're rallying behind the American Anti-Corruption Act to rein in congressional corruption and restore a government that represents every American." ~RepresentUs Facebook page, Twitter

Unite America - "Unite America is an organization that transcends party politics in order to support excellent moderate candidates who will restore functionality to Congress and fulfill their obligation to the people." ~Unite America Facebook page, Twitter

Common Cause - "Common Cause is an advocacy organization founded in 1970 by John Gardner as a vehicle for citizens to make their voices heard in the political process and to hold their elected leaders accountable to the public interest." ~Common Cause Facebook page, Twitter

League of Women Voters - "The League of Women Voters of the United States encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy." ~LWV Facebook Page, Twitter

Kansas Resources

Kansas Legislature - Kansas Legislature website with links to the Kansas Senate and House members, legislation, committees, and other resources. ~Kansas Legislature YouTube channel

Kansas Legislative Research Department - "The Kansas Legislative Research Department is the state provider of nonpartisan, objective research and fiscal analysis for the Kansas Legislature since 1934." ~Kansas Legislative Research Department Facebook page, Twitter

Kansas Historical Society - Museum and archive of Kansas history including a thorough online archive of historical documents. "Since 1875 the Kansas Historical Society has preserved & shared your stories that make up the dynamic history of Kansas. Your Stories. Our History." ~Kansas Historical Society Facebook Page, Twitter

State Library of Kansas - "Providing guiding knowledge, relevant material and limitless possibilities to the State of Kansas." ~State Library of Kansas Facebook page, Twitter

Kansas Government Information Online Library - A service of the State Library of Kansas, the KGI Online Library (Kansas Government Information Online Library) is a permanent online archive of state publications issued by Kansas state agencies, commissions and institutions.

Kansas Secretary of State - Among the many duties of the Office of the Kansas Secretary of State is maintaining primary responsibility for administering elections, collecting certain records of Kansas businesses and publishing the official publications for the State of Kansas. As a result, hundreds of thousands of documents are kept by the Secretary of State. Generally, they fall into four categories – executive, legislative, elections and business. ~Kansas Secretary of State Facebook page, Twitter

Office of the Kansas Governor - Executive Branch of the State of Kansas. ~Kansas Governor Facebook page, Twitter

Kansas Judicial Branch - Kansas courts are unified in the judicial branch. In 1972, voters added to the Kansas Constitution an amendment that vests judicial power in a single court system, giving the Supreme Court general administrative authority over all courts in Kansas. ~Twitter

Kansans Demand Better - "With members across the political spectrum, particularly independents, we concentrate on the 'how' of government and not the 'what' or 'who.' We aim to bring about the better government Kansans deserve by furthering political reforms and civic engagement." ~Kansans Demand Better Facebook page, Twitter

Government & Political Information Resources

Ballotpedia - "Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections. Our goal is to inform people about politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at all levels of government. We are firmly committed to neutrality in our content."

The Green Papers - The Green Papers is dedicated to the dissemination of facts, figures, tidbits and commentary- in fact, information of many different kinds- related (primarily) to the American political process.

Federal Elections Commission - "The Federal Election Commission (FEC) is the independent regulatory agency charged with administering and enforcing the federal campaign finance law. The FEC has jurisdiction over the financing of campaigns for the U.S. House, Senate, Presidency and the Vice Presidency." ~Twitter, YouTube