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Prison-based gerrymandering ruled unconstitutional

Today, they're a step closer to meeting Motor Voter requirements

A new book from Demos V.P. Tamara Draut on the working class

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

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April 28, 2016

Chicago’s 2015 mayoral race was one of the most expensive in the nation’s history, with big donors playing an outsized role in...

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The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online has released a Special Issue on Campaign Finance exploring alternatives to the Supreme Court’s analysis in Buckley vs. Valeo, the foundational money...
May 31, 2016 | Allie Boldt
This week Demos is celebrating two major steps forward in our work to advance political and economic equality through our litigation initiatives. This week a federal court issued a decision, just the...
May 26, 2016 | Brenda Wright
Inequality is the common thread connecting every issue we work on at Demos, and challenging the public narrative about that inequality is essential to our work to solve it. This year, we’re proud to...
May 25, 2016 | Heather McGhee
Matt Bruenig has been a prolific blogger for Demos on issues of poverty and inequality, writing crucial analyses such as, “Another Way to See How Family Poverty Works.” His data analysis for Demos...
May 21, 2016 | Liz Flowers

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Chicago’s 2015 mayoral race was one of the most expensive in the nation’s history, with big donors playing an outsized role in financing both candidates’ campaigns. In fact, over 90 percent of the...
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Plaintiffs, by and through their undersigned counsel, for their complaint against Defendant, allege as follows: 1. This action concerns the widespread and ongoing removal of eligible voters from the...
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