377 signaturesRegardless of how local leaders feel about Ranked Choice Voting, we are opposed to SB 137's violation of Local Home Rule. Ohio localities should be allowed to decide for themselves if RCV or other election methods are more appropriate for our communities than pick-one, plurality-wins elections. Big government should not unfairly punish communities if we choose to achieve majority rule through RCV or other means. Please sign below to protect Ohio communities' right to Home Rule.--
John Anderson donated 2023-11-15 21:26:55 -0500
John Anderson wants to volunteer 2023-10-10 12:53:59 -0400
We are a grassroots organization. Volunteers are the basis of everything we do. As we continue to build the foundation and grow this movement there is a place for everyone. We are currently looking to fill positions that range from Team Lead to small tasks. Whatever your time commitment or skills, as long as you have a desire to change the way we vote in Ohio, then we will find a place for you.
We ask that you first tell us what might interest you most. Take a look at the list below and click the activities you would most be interested in and whether you are interested in a leadership position. Then fill in the rest of the information and click the save button at the bottom. One of our Team Leads or someone from the Volunteer Mobilization Team will connect with you to get you started. Pay attention to your email as we'll be sending information to help you get started.
We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to the team!Become a volunteer
I support Instant Runoffs with Ranked Choice Ballots in Ohio!2,446 signatures
Instant Runoffs with Ranked Choice Voting simply require a majority to win, while giving all voters more choice and more voice so that you can vote for your true favorite without feeling like your vote is wasted. When you have backup choices, more parties and candidates can run because you don't have to worry about "spoilers" and you can have more confidence that your vote will actually matter. Political toxicity decreases when candidates have to focus on problem-solving and finding common ground to win a majority instead of simply attacking the "other side" as the greater evil. So you can vote your hopes, not your fears!
Our team is working with allies on potential ballot language, but in the meantime we need to build our list to show the political class that Ohioans want Ranked Choice Voting in Ohio. Please sign here and spread awareness by inviting your friends!