Here are links to websites of organizations of possible interest to Coffee Party Austin, including links to specific pages relevant to our efforts.
Midwest Academy, “a leading national training institute for the progressive movement and social change.”
Demos, a non-partisan public policy research and advocacy organization whose goals include a vibrant and inclusive democracy with high levels of voting and civic engagement, and an empowered public sector that works for the common good.
Public Campaign Action Fund. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to improving America’s campaign finance laws. Helps enact, defend, and promote Clean Elections-style public financing in states around the country like Arizona and Maine, and advocates for similar legislation for all federal elections.
Fair Elections Now. Advocating passage of the Fair Elections Now Act.
YouStreet.org is about getting big money out of our political process so that our elected officials can represent the only special interest that matters: America. To do that, we need to make voluntary public funding of all federal elections the law of the land.
Fix Congress First, co-founded by Lawrence Lessig and Joe Trippi. This organization’s goal is to restore public trust in our government by passing a hybrid of small-dollar donations and public financing of elections.
FixCongressFirst.org is a project of Change Congress, a non-partisan advocacy organization whose sole purpose is to protect the independence of Congress by fighting the influence of money in politics.