Meet Our Team

We are a non-partisan group of Ottawa residents who believe that Ranked Choice Voting will bring about friendlier elections, better ideas, and increased diversity on our ballots.

Kaite Burkholder

Kaite Burkholder

Kaite first became convinced of the impacts that voting reform could have while working on her Masters of Public Health at the University of Toronto.  Her interests in democratic engagement and the pan-societal benefits stemming from different forms of political representation are aligned with her roots as a front line Social Worker in mental health.  Kaite has spent years in Ottawa working with various non-profit organizations, including Centre 454, the Alliance to End Homelessness, and most significantly the Canadian Mental Health Association. 

Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting

Meet Our Team

We are a non-partisan group of Ottawa residents who believe that Ranked Choice Voting will bring about friendlier elections, better ideas, and increased diversity on our ballots.

Kaite Burkholder

Kaite Burkholder

Kaite first became convinced of the impacts that voting reform could have while working on her Masters of Public Health at the University of Toronto.  Her interests in democratic engagement and the pan-societal benefits stemming from different forms of political representation are aligned with her roots as a front line Social Worker in mental health.  Kaite has spent years in Ottawa working with various non-profit organizations, including Centre 454, the Alliance to End Homelessness, and most significantly the Canadian Mental Health Association. 

Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting