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      More Choice San Diego Committee

      Steering Committee

      Giving every voter the chance to express their complete views honestly at the ballot box is an essential step to achieving fair and equitable representation for us all.
      Amy TobiaRepresent.Us San Diego
      If we want governments to be more effective and efficient in addressing the many problems our society faces we need to change how we elect governments. I became involved in election reform because I see that the structure of our current winner takes all plurality method of voting impedes progress by driving polarization and obstructing compromise toward possible solutions.
      Ed ChaplinRepresent.Us San Diego
      We have 100 years of history advocating for voter empowerment, and this election reform empowers voters to exercise a more expansive voting option while also preserving the processes that are familiar to them. It enables voters full participation in the Primary and and also allows them to rank candidates in the General Election.
      Lori ThielLeague of Women Voters of San Diego
      Our current election system incentivizes division. Top4RCV will help voters, candidates, and elected officials by incentivizing better and more unifying representation.
      Chad PeaceIndependent Voter Project
      The More Choice SD proposal will give voters more choices, empower more candidates, and make representatives more accountable to more people in a way that ensures that important community voices and issues are not marginalized by the larger political narrative and forces.
      Geneviéve Jones-WrightCommunity Advocates for Just and Moral Governance
      "As Executive Director of PANA, Ramla Sahid has overseen the organization’s growth and prominence as it has skyrocketed in a few short years to become one of San Diego’s most important civic engagement and advocacy organizations."
      Ramla SahidPartnership for the Advancement of New Americans (PANA)
      Once I saw that this measure corrected the problem of too many people being elected having the support of less than 50% of the voters, I knew that this would be an improvement. As an added advantage, this type of voting encourages less negative campaigning. That will have a positive effect on voters who are so tired of negative advertising during election cycles. It should be a win for candidates, voters and our city.
      Jeanne BrownLeague of Women Voters of San Diego
      Pedro Hernandez is the son of immigrant agricultural workers. His experiences growing up in Watsonville, serving as a student trustee for the local school board, set in motion his commitment to community empowerment at a young age.
      Pedro HernandezFairVote California
      Top 4 RCV is about the VOTER, the chance for all to participate in a first round primary and the opportunity to choose from among not two, but four candidates, giving voters a greater voice in the election process. Top 4 RCV will also allow for a more level playing field and greater opportunity for CANDIDATES as well, including for more women and people of color. And THAT will translate into greater representative government.
      Jeff MarstonIndependent Voter Project
      The More Choice SD proposal will give voters more choices, empower more candidates, and make representatives more accountable to more people in a way that ensures that important community voices and issues are not marginalized by the larger political narrative and forces.
      Tasha WilliamsonCommunity Advocates for Just and Moral Governance
      John is a long-time electoral and democracy reform advocate, supportive of a more level playing field for electing independent and third-party candidates. He sits on the board of the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers (NANR), an umbrella organization for democracy reform.
      John E. PalmerNational Association of Nonpartisan Reformers
      Judy Forman, who, in 1980 bought The Big Kitchen- a diner in the Golden Hill area of South Park, San Diego. Judy, a vibrant personality, was a trained social worker and The Big Kitchen quickly turned into a community sanctuary for social justice and activism, as well as a mecca for artists, locals, politicians, feminists, eccentrics and the gay community.
      Judy FormanBig Kitchen
      "Francis Johnson is a founding partner of Communications Resources LLC, a public affairs, public relations and political consultancy specializing in government and media relations, corporate communications and crisis communications initiatives, developed policy issues for political candidates, and grassroots engagement efforts."
      Francis JohnsonTake Back Our Republic

      Advisory Committee

      Amber McReynolds
      Vote at Home Institute
      Chief Executive Officer
      Andrew Shue
      The People
      Founder/Board President
      Cara McCormick
      Chamberlain Project
      CEO
      Cynthia Terrell
      Represent Women
      Executive Director & Founder
      Jackie Salit
      IndependentVoting.Org
      President
      Jeanne Massey
      Fair Vote Minnesota
      Executive Director
      Jeff Clements
      American Promise
      President
      John Opdycke
      Open Primaries
      President
      Josh Silver
      RepresentUs Education Fund
      Director & Co-Founder
      Kyle Bailey
      Committee for Ranked Choice Voting, Maine
      Campaign Manager
      Nick Troiano
      Unite America Institute
      Executive Director
      Rob Richie
      FairVote Action
      President
      Sarah Bonk
      Business for America
      Founder & CEO
      Stephen Walker
      Independent Voter Project
      Board Member
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