The Unite America Fund is a philanthropic, non-partisan donor community that aims to accelerate and scale the democracy reform movement.
Our investment portfolio is comprised of state and federal candidates, ballot and legislative campaigns, and movement projects and organizations that advance our overall strategy of putting voters first.
We support non-partisan ballot initiatives and legislative campaigns that increase competition, participation, and accountability in the political system.
We support pro-reform, pragmatic candidates in both parties' primary elections for state and federal office who are committed to putting people over party.
We build shared infrastructure that will drive greater efficiency and effectiveness throughout the movement to put voters first.
The Brewer Fellowship to Unite America is a professional development opportunity for leaders of nonpartisan organizations working to put voters first.
As coronavirus derails most aspects of American life, Unite America is working to ensure that our elections are protected. No voter should have to choose between exercising their health and exercising their civic duty.
FairVote Minnesota is working to implement ranked choice voting for all state and federal elections in the gopher state to bring voters more choice, voice and power in their elections.
A ballot measure on the 2020 ballot will allow Virginians to decide whether to establish a citizen-led bipartisan redistricting commission to draw new maps for the commonwealth.
Voter Choice Massachusetts is leading the fight to bring Ranked Choice Voting to the Bay State with a 2020 ballot measure.
Pennsylvanians Against Gerrymandering is advocating for the establishment of an independent citizens commission to draw federal district lines following the 2020 census.
Unite America and RepresentUs, in collaboration with the National Association of Nonpartisan Reformers, engaged in an effort to support grassroots reform efforts from across the country.
Rank The Vote is working to bring Ranked Choice Voting to primary and special elections in New York City.