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Issue One is the leading cross-partisan political reform group in Washington. We unite Republicans, Democrats, and independents in the movement to increase transparency, strengthen ethics and accountability and reduce the role of big money in politics. Issue One’s ReFormers Caucus of more than 200 former members of Congress, governors, and Cabinet officials is the largest bipartisan coalition of its kind ever assembled to advocate for solutions to fix our broken political system

We are committed to making meaningful progress and aspire to improve and change American democracy. We have a healthy disregard for what’s considered impossible, and strive always to think boldly and take risks.

We are an office of energetic optimists who know hard work must be balanced with fun and a relaxed, collegial work atmosphere. We value a positive work-life balance and back that up by offering a compensation and benefits package that is very competitive. We also invest in the professional development and wellbeing of our employees.

Read about Issue One’s commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace here.

Below you will find position descriptions for our current openings. We are a fast-growing organization, so please check back for regular updates.

Internships

We are currently seeking interns interested in government ethics and political reform to join the Issue One team in making our government one that is truly ‘of, by and for the people.’ Our interns are integral members of the team and will gain hands-on experience in development, communications, public policy, event planning and many other areas. Please see internship descriptions below for application instructions.


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We just launched a social media campaign in states around the country about the need for Congress to include funding in the Phase III stimulus bill to give every voter the choice of voting early and voting by mail.

Watch the ad and read our statement.

Voters waiting in line at polling place with voter here sign in forefront