Electoral Reform Public Forum

Civic Philly • 27 July 2019
Event date 14 Aug '19 06:00 pm - 07:30 pm
Event location Blackwell Regional Library Adult/ Teen Department • 125 S 52nd St, Philadelphia, 19139, PA, United States
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Join Senator Anthony Hardy Williams and government reform advocates for a public forum on various types of elections used across the country and possible reforms Pennsylvanians should consider, including nonpartisan municipal elections, open primaries and ranked-choice voting. Senator Williams will moderate a panel discussion on this issues featuring nonprofit leaders working for change in the Commonwealth:

Dr. Jessie Fields, Open Primaries
David Thornburgh, Committee of Seventy
Micah Sims, Common Cause
Michael Fabius, Ballard Spahr

This free event, open to the public, is co-sponsored by local and statewide organizations that seek to spur public discussion and debate around electoral reform: Committee of Seventy, Common Cause Pennsylvania, Independent Pennsylvanians, League of Women Voters of Philadelphia, Open Primaries PA, Philadelphia 3.0 and Philly Set Go.

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5 days agoAdd to Calender 2019-08-14 22:00:00 2019-08-14 22:00:00 Electoral Reform Public Forum Join Senator Anthony Hardy Williams and government reform advocates for a public forum on various types of elections used across the country and possible reforms Pennsylvanians should consider, including nonpartisan municipal elections, open primaries and ranked-choice voting. Senator Williams will moderate a panel discussion on this issues featuring nonprofit leaders working for change in the Commonwealth: Dr. Jessie Fields, Open Primaries David Thornburgh, Committee of Seventy Micah Sims, Common Cause Michael Fabius, Ballard Spahr This free event, open to the public, is co-sponsored by local and statewide organizations that seek to spur public discussion and debate around electoral reform: Committee of Seventy, Common Cause Pennsylvania, Independent Pennsylvanians, League of Women Voters of Philadelphia, Open Primaries PA, Philadelphia 3.0 and Philly Set Go. Blackwell Regional Library Adult/ Teen Department America/New_York public Politics #reform