Presidential candidates advance by being divisive. We can do better than that.
"What if we had a better way to select presidential nominees, one that didn’t reward appeals to the most ideologically committed voters and donors in each party? What if we weren’t trying to excite the already convinced — to vote, to contribute and to volunteer on campaigns? This pulls each party toward more militant postures and deepens polarization. What if we prized substantive dialogue across the partisan divides over intense mobilization within them? Would it make a difference?" Read HERE to learn more about Larry Diamond's and James Fishkin's experiment within the project "America in One Room".