Kevin Frazier is committed to making our democracy more representative and participatory. He started The Oregon Way, a statewide, nonpartisan blog, to create a platform for common sense ideas to bring people together and solve problems. His own writing on open primaries and other democratic reforms has been featured in The San Francisco Chronicle, TechCrunch, and The Kennedy School Review. In addition to advocating for structural reforms to our democracy, Kevin launched No One Left Offline, a nonprofit focused on closing the digital divide — a necessary condition to allowing all Americans to participate in a 21st Century democracy. Kevin is currently a student at the UC Berkeley School of Law and Harvard Kennedy School. He proudly calls Oregon home and has worked closely with advocates for electoral reforms in his home state as well as in California.