The 2020 US Presidential election highlighted several issues and challenges in the electoral process that have been ongoing for some time, and that many experts and advocates believe require reform. Election reform is needed in the US to ensure that the electoral process is fair, secure, and accessible to all eligible voters. By strengthening the democratic process, election reform can help to promote greater trust and confidence in the US political system. 



  • Voting rights: Barriers such as voter ID laws, gerrymandering, and restrictive voting procedures may disproportionately affect certain groups, such as minorities, low-income individuals, and people with disabilities.
  • Election security: Concerns around the security and integrity of the electoral process, particularly in light of foreign interference and disinformation campaigns. Strong cybersecurity measures can ensure that voting equipment is reliable and accurate, and improve oversight and enforcement mechanisms.
  • Campaign finance: There is a need for greater transparency and disclosure of campaign finance information.
  • Election administration: The efficiency and accuracy of election administration, including issues with vote counting, long lines at polling places, and confusion over voting rules is at the heart of our electoral process.
  • Electoral College: Ongoing debates about the Electoral College system and whether it adequately represents the will of the people are and can become more consequential in the near future.


Election reform has been an ongoing process in the United States since the founding of the country. Over time, various laws, regulations, and constitutional amendments have been implemented to address issues and challenges in the electoral process. One of the most significant reforms was the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which aimed to address racial discrimination in voting and expanded access to the ballot for minority groups. While the history of election reform in the US highlights the ongoing need to address issues and challenges in the electoral process, the process itself can run up to a number of different challenges:  


  • Political polarization: Election reform can become a highly politicized issue, with different political parties and interest groups advocating for different reforms. Political polarization can make it difficult to achieve consensus and compromise on reform measures.
  • Resistance to change: Some stakeholders may resist election reform efforts, either because they perceive them as threatening their interests or because they are simply resistant to change.
  • Legal and constitutional constraints: Some election reforms may be constrained by legal and constitutional requirements, such as the Voting Rights Act and the US Constitution. These constraints can limit the scope of potential reforms and make it more difficult to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Resource constraints: Election reform can be costly and require significant resources, including funding, staff, and technology. Resource constraints can limit the ability of election officials to implement reforms, particularly in jurisdictions with limited budgets and staff.
  • Implementation challenges: Election reform can be complex and require significant planning and coordination to implement effectively. Implementation challenges can arise due to technical difficulties, lack of resources or expertise, or unforeseen obstacles.


The electoral process is a cornerstone of democratic governance, and all eligible citizens should have the opportunity to participate in the democratic process. Advocacy for election reform can help to identify and address issues and challenges in the electoral process, such as barriers to voting, concerns about election security and integrity, and the influence of money in politics. By advocating for election reform, individuals and organizations can help to strengthen the democratic process, promote greater transparency and accountability, and ensure that the voices of all citizens are heard in the political process. Election advocacy can also help to increase public awareness and engagement around election issues and promote greater participation in the electoral process. Overall, the case for election advocacy is rooted in the belief that a healthy democracy requires an open, transparent, and accessible electoral process that reflects the will of the people. 


At, we are employing the latest decentralized technologies to create and provide a purpose-built advocacy platform for election reform. This shall engage in 

  1. Mobilizing and organizing supporters: A decentralized advocacy platform can bring together a diverse group of supporters who are passionate about election reform. By providing a platform for people to connect and collaborate, the platform can help to mobilize and organize supporters, enabling them to work together more effectively.
  2. Raising awareness: A decentralized advocacy platform can be used to raise awareness about the need for election reform. By sharing information, news, and resources, the platform can help to educate the public about the importance of fair and transparent elections.
  3. Lobbying lawmakers: A decentralized advocacy platform can be used to lobby lawmakers at all levels of government to support election reform. By providing tools and resources, the platform can help supporters to contact their elected officials, make their voices heard, and advocate for change.
  4. Crowdsourcing ideas: A decentralized advocacy platform can be used to crowdsource ideas and solutions for election reform. By tapping into the collective intelligence of a diverse group of supporters, the platform can generate innovative and effective ideas for improving the election system.
  5. Monitoring and reporting: A decentralized advocacy platform can be used to monitor and report on election-related activities. By collecting data and sharing information, the platform can help to identify issues and challenges, and hold officials accountable for ensuring free and fair elections.

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