On the 4th Day of the #FixDemocracyNow campaign, three new senators joined dozens of elected leaders and candidates across the country to say that making democracy work for everyone is a top priority, including reducing the influence of big donors, increasing access to the ballot, and ending gerrymandering.

Senator Elizabeth Warren:

Senator Kamala Harris:

and Senator Bernie Sanders:

New York Attorney General candidate Zephyr Teachout released a new video:

In Congress, Rep. Brad Schneider (IL-10) introduced new legislation today to prevent former members of Congress who lobby from abusing Congressional privileges.

And in state initiative news, the Clean Missouri ballot initiative, which would ensure fair redistricting, ban lobbyist gifts to legislators, and increase transparency in government, was officially certified for the ballot today. That’s another win for democracy reform this week, after activists in Albuquerque turned in more than 27,000 signatures to put a public financing on the ballot on Tuesday.

Here are a few more of our favorite tweets from today:

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Tomorrow, the campaign will be focusing on how political equality creates economic inequality.