Pick All You Like: The Simple Solution to End Toxic Polarization in America*

September 28, 2022
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Skandalaris Center

Presenter: Benjamin Singer-CEO, Show Me Integrity

Sponsored by the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship

*Registration required, below

America is divided because of an artificial limitation in most state’s elections that is found nowhere in the U.S. Constitution: choose only one option. Benjamin D. Singer, CEO of Show Me Integrity, lays out the success of Pick-All-You-Like systems spreading across America and how it can transform American politics.  Instead of dividing us and arguing endlessly, let’s Pick-All-You-Like, find where we agree, and hold our leaders accountable. Join us to learn more about this initiative and how a non-profit start-up is making an impact in St. Louis and Missouri.

Benjamin Singer, the CEO of Show Me Integrity, has worked with Republican, Democratic, and independent reformers since 2012 on local, state, and federal advocacy campaigns to create a more effective, ethical government of, by, and for the people. He has worked on ethics, campaign finance, redistricting, and electoral reforms with leaders across the political spectrum including Sen. John Danforth, Sen. Rob Schaaf, and an independent effort to help re-elect the late Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr. His work has been featured in TV, radio, and newspaper outlets across the nation.

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