Our focus is on reforms intended to strengthen democracy in Washington State and nationally, that include campaign finance reform, public funding of elections, ranked choice voting, reversing Citizens United, expanding voting access, and increasing civic participation.
WON (Women in Office Now), another project of Fix Democracy First Education Fund, is a statewide program that consists of several training modules to help enable women to successfully run for office in Washington state.
WON, in collaboration with other organizations, is also working to build a statewide leadership support network to help women as they run for office.
[HP1] Working for Fair Elections and Government Policies
Working for the will of the people, not the power of money
2020 Vision: Picturing Real Democracy
September 11-18, 2020
Join Fix Democracy First for a week of special events from September 11-18th! We had to cancel our annual awards dinner back in May, and since it's still not safe to reschedule an in-person event, we decided to take our annual fundraiser online.
In December of 2021, the Clark County, WA Charter Review Commission voted 11-4 to put ranked-choice voting (RCV) on the 2022 ballot. Clark County's Proposed Amendment Measure 8 for Ranked-Choice Voting will appear on the November 2022 General Election ballot.