The Center for Ballot Freedom is an organization which advocates for instituting “fusion voting,” a voting system in which candidates may be endorsed by multiple political parties and votes on any “party line” for a candidate are combined to determine the winner. It seeks to reduce the power of the two-party system and establish a multi-party system in the United States. The Center’s board consists of seven members, including Miles Taylor, the co-founder of the Renew America Movement and former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employee who anonymously wrote a guest essay in the New York Times in 2018 criticizing then-President Donald Trump’s leadership.
The Center for Ballot Freedom aims to move the American political system away from a two-party system. The Center is focused primarily on widening the use of “fusion voting,” in which two or more political parties on a ballot may list the same candidate. Center for Ballot Freedom argues that fusion voting will give minor political parties a chance to gain public support and for larger political parties to heed a third party’s platform. 
The Center has argued that “re-legalizing fusion is a potent and achievable way to reduce hyper-partisan polarization in America” and that the reemergence of fusion voting might result in the formation of a more moderate political party, more coalitions, and a better voter experience. 
In summer 2022, the Center for Ballot Freedom received a $10 million grant from the Stronger Democracy Award.  The Stronger Democracy Award is a $22 million grant competition allegedly working to advance reforms in civic engagement and policymaking, as well as voting and elections.  The Stronger Democracy Award is sponsored by Additional Ventures,  a donor-advised fund housed at the left-of-center Silicon Valley Community Foundation;  the Patchwork Collective, a philanthropy focused on health, social, and climate issues;  and philanthropists Cipora and Vlado Herman, former vice-president of Facebook and former chief financial officer of Yelp, respectively. 
As of August 2022, the Center’s board consists of seven members.  Board members include the left-of-center Leadership Now Project’s CEO Daniella Ballou-Aares, who served in the Obama administration in the U.S. State Department,  and Renew America Movement co-founder Miles Taylor, who previously served in the Department of Homeland Security and in 2018, anonymously wrote a guest essay in the New York Times criticizing then-President Donald Trump’s leadership. 
Former Mayor of East Amwell Township, New Jersey, Rick Wolfe (R), the lead plaintiff in a fusion voting lawsuit, is also a board member.