YOU can help make Virginia government more transparent and accountable

As Governor, I am committed to restoring Virginians’ trust in their government. That’s why I asked 10 highly respected men and women to serve on the Commission on Integrity and Public Confidence in State Government. This bipartisan panel will conduct a thorough review of Virginia’s laws and submit recommendations for reforms that promote good governance in Virginia.

While I have great faith in their character and their problem-solving abilities, these 10 commission members cannot take on this enormous task alone. They need suggestions, support and feedback from citizens in Buena Vista, Warrenton, Smithfield, Chesterfield County and every other community across the Commonwealth.

I’m asking you to do your part by sharing your ideas and opinions about ethics, campaign finance, redistricting and other issues. I hope a few of you will surprise me with suggestions I hadn’t even considered when I first started this progress. Please be creative and give me your honest assessment of proposals made by the commission and by your fellow citizens in this forum. All I ask is that you make your points with civility and respect for others.

If we work together, I know we can make progress toward greater openness and accountability in all three branches of state government. Let’s get the reforms rolling … starting right now.

Final Report of the Commission
on Integrity and Public Confidence
in State Government
Final Report of the Commission on Integrity and Public Confidence in State Government

Resources

Reports 

Integrity Commission is formed:

Documents for the Commission:

Documents for the Second Commission Meeting

Documents for the Commission’s Third Meeting

Materials for the June 3rd Commission Meeting

Materials for the July 27th Commission Meeting

Materials for the September 10th Commission Meeting

Materials for the October19th Commission Meeting

Audio 

Public Forum