States' Bipartisan Voting Reforms Spotlight Ways to Rebuild Trust
Can Congress compromise on voting? In RealClear Politics, Unite America Executive Director Nick Troiano and Board Member Greg Orman write about the necessity of bipartisanship in creating voting legislation.
"The fate of our democracy hinges more on trust than on laws. Like the currency we use every day, the value of our vote derives from our faith in it. Not only will skirting the filibuster further accelerate the ongoing tit-for-tat erosion of our governing institutions, but new voting rules jammed through by one party will inevitably be viewed as election-rigging by roughly half the country and further undermine confidence in electoral outcomes."