Tipping The Scales
In a criminal justice system widely recognized for racial bias and inequity, elected prosecutors wield most of the power, and 95% of them are white. Our latest finding: Change is possible. When women of all races and men of color compete for prosecutor seats, they win at higher rates than white men.
A Historic Shift
Are white men more “electable?” The short answer is no. Our groundbreaking report shows women of all races and men of color adding seats in Congress and state legislatures, while white male lawmakers are actually declining.
Where Does Your State Rank?
Use our interactive tool to learn where your state stands. Are women of all races and men of color fairly represented among your state's elected officials?
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