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Interactive: The Demographic Evolution of the American Electorate, 1980-2060 This interactive shows the growing diversity of every state in the nation from 1980 to 2060. ... States of Change The demographics of the United States are projected to become much more diverse in the coming decades and will have significant effects on the nation's voting electorate in all 50 states. ... The Political Consequences of the Great Recession Deep voter pessimism and a lack of an economic agenda from Democrats, not just structural obstacles, drove GOP gains in 2014. ... Engaging Youth Voters Beyond Marriage Equality Findings from a poll of young pro-marriage-equality voters illuminate ways that future progressive campaigns can be responsive to youth voices. ... Making Progress: 10 Years of Ideas, Action, and Change Today, as the Center for American Progress celebrates its 10th anniversary, we look at the impact CAP has had on the country. ... The Top 13 Women of Color to Watch in 2013 These 13 women of color are leaving their mark on everything from politics to entertainment to health. ... Martin Unchained: Radical Reformer, Nonviolent Militant This Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we should remember the true Dr. King and free him from a reconstructed history that never was. ... Democracy, Democratic Governance, and Transparent Institutions in the American Interest The Center for American Progress and the Center for Strategic and International Studies have collaborated to promote progressive and democratic governance around the world. ...
The Democratic Strategist Political Strategy Notes Despite gushing reports about Marco Rubio's presidential candidate debut, like this one, somehow, his epic water-break, depicted here in slo mo, still resonates:
At The American Prospect Heather Hurlburt spotlights what may be ... Galston: Why Dems Should Advocate for Growth, Rather Than Redistribution William Galston's latest Wall St. Journal column " A Better Campaign Theme Than Inequality: Income disparity doesn't much worry America. Advocating for growth holds more promise" encapsulates a viewpoint gaining support among centrist Democrats.
Galston notes polling data which ... Mythbusting: No, Governors Aren't Always Better Presidential Candidates We're far enough into the 2016 election cycle to hear the sound of a few myths exploding. A notable one is the idea that governors are inherently better presidential candidates. I took a jaundiced look at that ... Political Strategy Notes Jonathan Bernstein explains " Why Clinton is pushing campaign-money reform" in his Bloomberg syndicated column: "Campaign-finance reform is a safe subject. It's hard to see how events will make current talking points on it look silly or embarrassing in ... Earth Day Used To Be Bipartisan--But Not Any More Today is Earth Day, which led me to some ruminations on the lost bipartisanship of this commemoration at Washington Monthly:
It's Earth Day, and also the 45th anniversary of the annual event identified with the modern U.S. environmental movement. ... Sargent: Obamacare Approval Enters 'Positive Territory' From Greg Sargent's Plum Line post, " Morning Plum: Obama and the health law get some good poll numbers":
The new Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking poll finds that Obamacare has edged ever so gingerly into positive territory: 43 ... Lux: Warren's Wall St. Reform Agenda Challenges Dems The following article by Democratic strategist Mike Lux, author of :
Elizabeth Warren has given her fair share of great speeches, and has written ... The Progressive Revolution: How the Best in America Came to Be, is cross-posted from HuffPo Political Strategy Notes From " Democrats' hunt for the white working-class male voter," Doyle McManus's L.A. Times column: "...[Stan] Greenberg has proposed adding another piece to the Democrats' message: a more serious commitment to both campaign reform and a leaner, more efficient ...