For over 20 years, we’ve led the charge for a more equitable and ethical Illinois government by addressing the role of money in politics, reducing public corruption, and empowering voters with fair, accessible elections.
We are a nonprofit, nonpartisan 501(c)3 that educates the public and advocates for reforms that transcend party lines and strengthen our democracy.
Special thanks to this year’s sponsors (in formation): “Legend” ($10,000) – David Hiller; “Champion” ($5,000) – Prof. Ben and Mary Page; “Advocate” ($2,500) – Prof. Dick Simpson; David Melton and Nancy Segal.
On Monday, Evanston’s City Council voted 5-1 to move an RFI-supported public financing ordinance ...
RFI Executive Director Alisa Kaplan spoke with the Chicago Tribune about Chicago Treasurer Meliss...
Evanston’s Rules Committee voted 6-1 in favor of a proposed public financing ordinance on July 17...
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