David Becker has improved the security of the nation’s election systems by leading the development of the Electronic Registration Information Center. He continues to support better election administration and more secure elections as the executive director of the Center for Election Innovation and Research.
Hans Breitenmoser sees gerrymandering as the cause of persistent problems in his county.
Amber McReynolds led the effort to remake Colorado’s voting system around vote by mail and now leads the National Vote At Home Institute to promote best election administration practices nationwide.
Kyle Bailey spent five years leading a grassroots effort to implement ranked-choice voting in the state of Maine.
In 2016, Katie Fahey "accidentally" started a movement in her home state of Michigan to end partisan gerrymandering.