None Of The Above focuses primarily on what we have identified as the incumbency protection contributors to political dysfunction and polarization in the United States today. However, there are many other opinions regarding causes of dysfunction and polarization that we respect. To accommodate other efforts, we have listed them here.
Rock The Vote
Rock the Vote is a non-profit organization in the United States whose stated mission is to engage and build the political power of young people.
National Institute for Civil Discourse
Designed to create safe spaces for elected officials, the media, and the public to engage different voices respectfully
The Village Square
A non-partisan public educational forum on matters of local, state and national importance
Millennial Action Project
MAP is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit dedicated to activating Millennial policymakers and leaders to create post-partisan political cooperation.
Achieve mutually agreed-upon goals that will solve the nation’s problems
Intelligence Squared Debates
Restoring civility, reasoned analysis, and constructive public discourse to today’s often biased media landscape
Living Room Conversations enable people to come together through their social networks
Advocating for open and nonpartisan primary systems
Most campaign finance laws are significantly skewed to benefit the incumbents. In almost every race, at every level of government, the incumbent significantly out-raises the opponent in much needed financial resources.
Decennial reapportionment and redistricting has reached the point where there are very few competitive seats at the legislative level.
Ballot access laws are designed to avoid competition by keeping potential opponents off the ballot.
In many states, restrictive voting rights legislation holds down voter registration and turn-out.
Third Party Novels
Third Party, a new fast-paced political thriller series, dives into America’s most fascinating dilemma – why is there no effective, competitive third party in our country?