Fires, Homelessness, Poverty. California's problems get worse every year. Why? Our world is changing around us in unimaginable ways—communications, media, civil society, social movements—everything except our way of government.
The last time Californians sat around a table and considered how to run our giant state was in 1879. Since then the approach to problems has been piecemeal, piling on more and more amendments that have resulted in a bloated, rigid structure no one is happy with. What keeps Californians from sitting down together and reimagining how we make governing decisions? AN ABSENCE OF TRUST
THERE IS A SOLUTION: DEMOCRATIC LOTTERIES
A trusted, fair, and transparent process that has emerged in recent decades to solve apparently unsolvable problems the world over.
Represent California plans a new constitutional convention for the state of California wherein all convention delegates are selected by lot.
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WHAT'S THE PROBLEM WITH CALIFORNIA'S CONSTITUTION?
WHAT'S THE PLAN FOR THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION?
WHY SHOULD THE CONVENTION DELEGATES BE SELECTED BY LOT?