Our current election system incentivizes division. Top4RCV will help voters, candidates, and elected officials by incentivizing better and more unifying representation.

Chad Peace is a nationally recognized leader in election law, voter rights, and a 40 under 40 winner from the American Association of Political Consultants. He is a partner at the law firm of Peace & Shea LLP and legal strategist for the Independent Voter Project.

In addition to providing strategic legal advice and advocacy, he has managed and developed campaigns to increase voter rights and participation, to promote and expand California’s nonpartisan primary efforts, and to reach out to otherwise ignored and disenchanted voters.

Chad developed the voter outreach strategy for California’s successful nonpartisan primary initiative and conducted the campaign to draft a current United States Senator to run for office. Most recently, he authored the City of San Diego’s Measure K and manages voter outreach efforts in local, statewide, and national efforts, including a major candidate for president of the United States.

Chad was born and raised in San Diego, California where he maintains a home in North Park. He travels regularly to Sacramento and Washington DC.

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