“Silent majority or loud minority?” asks Anagha Srikanth as she explores our report on how the political system fortifies white male minority rule.
Alexandra Villarreal discusses our new report, and its implications for US democracy, with Campaign director Brenda Choresi Carter.
In creating this article, Rachel Chason, Katie Mettler, and Amber Ferguson relied extensively on Reflective Democracy Campaign’s data and analysis.
Cynthia Richie Terrell cites Campaign director Brenda Choresi Carter as she explores the connections between women’s leadership and a healthy democracy.
Barbara Rodriguez cites our Black Representation in a Turbulent Era report and interviews Campaign director Brenda Choresi Carter about the surge of city-level election victories by Black women.
Following the historic election of Kamala Harris as Vice President, Reflective Democracy Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter released a statement.
Lakshmi Gandhi discusses the findings from our Confronting the Demographics of Power: America’s Cities for Supermajority News.
Anagha Srikanth talks with Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter about our report on Confronting the Demographics of Power: America’s Cities for The Hill.
Rhonda Stewart used data from our Tipping the Scales report in her article “How Black female prosecutors are challenging the status quo and fighting for reform”.
Mallory Noe-Payne of WVTF talks to Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter as part of a discussion on Black Americans are representation at elected positions of all levels.
Amanda Litman and Ross Morales Rocketto, cofounders of Run for Something, reference Reflective Democracy Campaign research in an article for Crooked.
Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter wrote an op-ed for the Boston Globe talking about explaining that our research shows that when on the ballot, women of all races and men of color win elections as often as white men do. From the Op-Ed: [O]ur findings consistently show that Americans don’t want an old boys’ club in charge….