Donald Trump’s regressive presidency has spurred reform at the state level on nearly every subject — see California for auto emission reform, Oregon for investment in public schools and Vermont for drug price importation reduction. But structural changes to our democracy have yet to experience a “Trump Bump” in progress. So we continue to see elected officials have to fundraise rather than legislate, districts drawn with partisan priorities rather than community needs and primaries that often leave independent voters on the electoral sidelines. With so many bold ideas being discussed right now, why have fundamental reforms to our democracy been left off the table?