Reporting on get-out-the-vote efforts in Florida’s AAPI community, Marlei Martinez refers to our report on the dramatic underrepresentation of Asian Americans in office.
Citing our report on white male minority rule, Jesse J. Holland explores the false claims of oppression made by powerful white men.
Chauncey Devega probes the inextricable ties between race and wealth in America, citing data from our 2021 report, System Failure: What the 2020 Primaries reveal about our democracy.
“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.
Connie Hanzhang Jin draws on data from our report on AAPI political leadership for a powerful statement on AAPI underrepresentation.
Cynthia Richie Terrell leads with our report on AAPI representation in her round-up on women’s representation.
Sarah Ruiz-Grossman explores our findings against the backdrop of a spike in anti-Asian violence, and increased activism by AAPI leaders.
The Crime Report staff spotlights our findings on the invisibility of AAPI people in the criminal justice sector.
In a POLITICO exclusive, Rishika Dugyala explores our first-of-its-kind report on AAPI political representation.
Via research including the Campaign’s data sets from 2015 and 2017, the authors found that for Democrats, more women win when more women run, but for Republicans, more women win only when the seats they face are more winnable.
We went beyond the spin and ran the numbers on the “most diverse Congress” in history. It’s not very new.