Though the strong transformation in mechanical properties of glass-forming materials near the glass transition, Tg, has been recognized and exploited for millenia, efforts to understand and predict this phenomenon at a molecular level continue to this day. Close to Tg, where relaxation is considerably slower than predicted by the well-known Arrhenius equation, one of the most versatile and widely-used expressions to describe the dynamics or relaxation of glass formers is that of Vogel, Fulcher and Tammann (VFT). The VFT equation, introduced nearly 100 years ago, contains three adjustable fit parameters. In this work the dynamics of the polymer repeat units are related to macroscopic dynamics in polyelectrolyte complexes, which are hydrated amorphous blends of charged polymers. A simple expression, containing no freely adjustable fit parameters, is derived to quantitatively model relaxation from Tg to temperatures well into the Arrhenius region. The new expression, which also fits a selection of three common neutral polymers, will advance the understanding and use of the glass-forming phenomenon.