The Reform Institute is an American non-partisan, not-for-profit think tank based in Alexandria, VA that describes itself as centrist oriented. According to its website it is an “organization working to strengthen the foundations of our democracy and build a resilient society. The Institute formulates and advocates valuable, solutions-based reform in vital areas of public policy.

The Reform Institute was launched in 2001 and grew from the movement to challenge campaign finance practices such as unlimited and undisclosed “soft money” donations. The initial bipartisan honorary co-chairs of the institute’s Advisory Committee were Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and former Senator Robert Kerrey (D-NE). Senator McCain served in the position from 2001-2005. Senator Kerrey was associated with the committee until 2008.

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