ReFormers Caucus

More than 50 former members of Congress urge the FEC to close personal use loophole for leadership PACs

Today a bipartisan group of 58 members of Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus signed on to comments submitted to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) calling on the agency to open a rulemaking to close the personal use loophole for leadership PACs. “We have a unique perspective on America’s campaign finance system and the need for regulations that are both effective and

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Issue One Honors the Life of ReFormer Elizabeth “Liz” Patterson

Issue One offers its most sincere condolences to the family and friends of former Congresswoman Elizabeth J. Patterson (D-SC). Rep. Patterson was a member of our ReFormers Caucus, a bipartisan coalition composed of more than 200 former members of Congress, Cabinet officials, and governors advocating for solutions to fix the broken political system. She passed away Saturday after an extended

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Issue One honors the life of ReFormer Joseph D. Tydings

Issue One offers its most sincere condolences to the friends and family of former Senator Joseph D. Tydings (D-MD). Sen. Tydings was a member of our Reformers Caucus, a bipartisan coalition composed of 200 former Cabinet officials, governors and members of Congress advocating for solutions to fix the broken political system. He passed away Monday after a battle with cancer

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Issue One Honors the Life of ReFormer Ron Dellums

Issue One offers its most sincere condolences to the friends and family of former Rep. Ron Dellums (D-CA). Rep. Dellums was a member of our Reformers Caucus, a bipartisan coalition composed of 200 former Cabinet officials, governors and members of Congress advocating for solutions to fix the broken political system. He passed away Monday after a battle with cancer at

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Issue One Honors the Life of ReFormer Phil Hoff

It is with a heavy heart that Issue One acknowledges the passing of a valued member of our ReFormers Caucus, former Governor Phil Hoff (D-VT). As a strong believer in bipartisan solutions, Governor Hoff joined the ReFormers Caucus as one of its initial members in 2015, now a group of 200 former members of Congress, governors and Cabinet officials from

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Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus Surpasses 200 Member Milestone

Today, Issue One is proud to announce that its first-of-a-kind ReFormers Caucus — the country’s largest coalition of former members of Congress, governors and Cabinet officials ever assembled to advocate for solutions to fix our democracy — has recruited more than 200 Republican and Democratic former elected officials to its cause. The latest five members added to the RFC include

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Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus expands to all 50 states

The bipartisan ReFormers Caucus is proud to announce that it now includes members from all 50 states! Since its inception just three years ago, this group — former members of Congress, Cabinet officials and governors from both parties — has recruited 196 champions of reform who bring centuries of combined political experience to fix dysfunction in Washington. The ReFormers’ nationwide

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Nine new ReFormers join Issue One to fix the broken political system

Issue One is pleased to announce the addition of nine former members of Congress to the ReFormers Caucus: Jason Altmire (D-PA), Gresham Barrett (R-SC), Ben Chandler (D-KY), Sam Coppersmith (D-AZ), Jerry Costello (D-IL), Charles Djou (R-HI), Dan Maffei (D-NY), Jeff Miller (R-FL) and Jon Porter (R-NV). They join the largest bipartisan coalition—now 194 members strong—of former members of Congress, governors

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Issue One launches national campaign to “Fix Politics Now” in the 2018 election cycle

Note: Fix Politics Now is an initiative of Issue One Action. To learn more, visit FixPoliticsNow.org. Nearly 200 Republican and Democratic former members of Congress, governors and Cabinet secretaries call on elected officials to join movement fixing the broken political system Philadelphia, PA — Issue One, the premier bipartisan political reform organization in Washington, D.C., today launched its national

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