Since 2014, our work has been covered by the Washington Post, MSNBC, The Atlantic, New Republic, NPR, and other national outlets.

  • Shortly after the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, Jelani Cobb of The New Yorker cited the Reflective Democracy Campaign in discussing the pernicious “asymmetry between demographics and political leadership” in Ferguson and across the nation.
  • Our explosive findings about the demographics of elected prosecutors sparked headlines in the New York Times and the Guardian, laying the foundation for a national movement to elect more women and people of color into this powerful and under-examined post.
  • Against the backdrop of the Trump administration, and the resulting groundswell of nontraditional candidates for office, our data and analysis offer fresh context and insights surrounding a chain of unprecedented developments in American democracy.

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