We are excited to announce our elite slate of judges for our $50,000 SuperPAC Video Competition. Contest submissions have started trickling in and can be submitted through November 7th.
As a reminder, our judges will be selecting the winning 3 minute video based on how well it explains the legal argument for regulating SuperPACs we outline in our longer, less enthusiastic video.
Jason Alexander is not just an actor but a Tony Award-winning powerhouse. Best known for his iconic role as George Costanza in “Seinfeld,” he holds seven Primetime Emmy nominations, adding a layer of esteemed creativity to our distinguished group of judges. And he has been a passionate pro-democracy activist for years now. See his ad attacking SuperPACs from 2014.
Andrew Yang, an entrepreneur and politician, captured the nation with his 2020 Democratic presidential campaign, advocating for Universal Basic Income. Founder of the Forward Party and author of “The War on Normal People,” Yang brings a unique blend of innovation and activism to the panel.
Guy-Uriel Charles, a Harvard Law Professor with expertise in constitutional law, election law, and racial identity, has influenced legal debates around voting rights and democratic processes. His academic rigor promises to elevate the discourse on limiting the influence of big money in politics.
Eli Pariser, co-founder of MoveOn.org, revolutionized online advocacy. Author of “The Filter Bubble,” he’s an intellectual force dissecting how technology shapes our worldview, offering invaluable insights into narratives on political influence.
Zephyr Teachout, a Professor of Law at Fordham University and author of “Corruption in America” and “Break ‘Em Up,” is a leading voice against corporate monopolies and corruption. Her spirited 2014 run for Governor of New York captured 34% of the Democratic primary vote, challenging the establishment head-on.