The Design of a Broken System aims to take the issue of ELECTION REFORM and present it in a concise way that analyzes the current system and proposes alternatives which are advocated by our country’s leading analysts and researchers.
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Election reform movement braves New Hampshire winter to press issue into Presidential elections
Democracy Chronicles is looking for people to join our writing team and submit articles to our website about politics.
Write a three-act play ranging from 20 to 35 pages using seven dictators that existed/still exist in the 21st Century, in any possible theme you may wish to put/gather them in. The winning plays will be published in a book under the name of the competition title
These images were designed by Democracy Chronicles Founder and Editor-in-Chief Adrian Tawfik to accompany articles on our website.
Just recently we followed Lynne Syrpe, Green Party candidate for the New York City Council on her quest to represent Astoria, Queens. We filmed interviews with Syrpe, her campaign staff, and even followed her campaign on election day to get an inside view of third party campaigning
Democracy Chronicles, a dedicated source for news on democracy across the globe, needs your support on Kickstarter in the campaign’s final days
The crowd-funded Kickstarter campaign to support our coming documentary about election reform in the U.S. titled, “The Design of a Broken System” is ongoing. Support the project today!
Professor Ester Fuchs of Columbia University speaks in latest video from our Kickstarter project
We must let those in power know that what they are doing is wrong and that we can not accept it. A democracy is only as effective as it’s people demand it to be.