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Arizona is in litigation over a 2022 law that could allow for what some are calling “draconian purge practices” that lead to more Arizona voters being disenfranchised.
In the media
Alex Gonzalez
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There are many good reasons for states to update their voter rolls in preparation for elections, but a new report contended many are too zealous about it, jeopardizing some people's right to vote.
In the media
Farah Siddiqi
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Dēmos examines ballot access issues, voter suppression in AZ, GA, OH, CA, IN, WI, MI, NC, TX, LA
Press release/statement

Evaluating ten states across a spectrum of voter removal practices on an important but often overlooked voting barrier: voter purges. Purges played a part in more than 19 million voters being removed between the 2020 and 2022 general elections.

Research
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The Florida governor created a new office for prosecuting election crimes — but no one wants to work there.
In the media
Akela Lacy
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Figure is less than expected in first jobs report since Fed raised interest rate to 22-year high
In the media
Lauren Aratani
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Chief of Programs at Demos, Angela Hanks on Black employment in this jobs report, wage growth, and the Fed rate hike - what damage that could do to the economy.
In the media
Joe Mathieu
Kailey Leinz
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For Us Not Amazon action involving Black organizers dressed for cold weather, carrying 'I am not disposable' signs and carrying an American flag.
The inspiring leaders of our 22nd Century Conference panel left me with three big takeaways about the future of our nation.
Blog
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In the media
Taifa Smith Butler
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Demos President Taifa Smith Butler joins Colin to discuss Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, the Biden administration's economic agenda, and extremist attacks on education.
In the media