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Fellow Fridays: Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman

Abbey Brandon / Blog October 18, 2013

Fellow Fridays is a series of profiles of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s roster of fourteen Senior Fellows. This week, we are sharing advice from former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman. He co-chairs BPC’s Commission on Political Reform and Nutrition…

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on the Electoral Process

Governance / Research October 16, 2013

The poll reflected an expected divide between self-identified Republicans and Democrats with the former prioritizing the integrity of the voting process and the latter focused on minimizing barriers to accessing the polls.

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Commission on Political Reform Convenes in Philadelphia for Town Hall on Public Service

Matthew Weil / Blog July 26, 2013

Earlier this week, BPC’s Commission on Political Reform convened in Philadelphia, in view of Independence Hall where our nation’s founders drafted the Constitution 226 summers ago, to discuss public service in America.

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A Man Born to Serve

Joann Donnellan / Blog July 23, 2013

It is fitting that as BPC’s Commission on Political Reform holds its “National Conversation on Public Service” today in Philadelphia, Senator Bob Dole also celebrates his 90th birthday. Known for a career dedicated to public service, BPC Co-founder Sen. Dole’s…

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National Commission on Political Reform Releases New Poll on American Attitudes Toward Public and Community Service at National Town Meeting

Governance / Press Release July 23, 2013

BPC’s Commission on Political Reform and USA TODAY released a national poll that shows Americans are interested in participating in public service, but are reluctant to run for and serve in public office.

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on Public Service

Governance / Research July 22, 2013

The poll reveals that Americans are more interested in community service, such as volunteering at a place of worship or school, than running for or serving in government office.

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BPC/USA TODAY National Survey on Political Polarization

Governance / Research March 6, 2013

The poll reveals a deeply polarized America where voters take their cues from the political parties with which they identify.

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