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.
Brenda Carter, director of the Reflective Democracy Campaign, comments on Biden cabinet picks elevating reflective leadership.
Barbara Rodriguez references our electoral landscape findings in an article on a new PAC and the potential to increase Black women representation in statehouses.
Emily Shugerman discusses the response of Democractic women to Kamala Harris’ election.
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.
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….
Janell Ross talks with Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter on recent debate rule changes.
Susan Milligan speaks to Campaign Director Brenda Choresi Carter as part of an article on the DNC loosening the rules for upcoming debates.