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Study Finds Precincts with More Minorities Experienced Longer Voting Lines in 2012

Precincts with fewer poll workers and voting machines and more minorities experienced longer voting lines in the 2012 presidential election, according to a study by the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU.
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Report Finds Ongoing Voting Rights Discrimination in the United States

African American, Latino, Asian American, and Native American voters are more likely to face discrimination in this year’s elections than at any point in recent decades, according to a new report.

"Where Voting Is Now Easier"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Brennan Center for Justice
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Analyzing Federal Political Contributions

New lists compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics, a MacArthur grantee, provide an easy way to see the organizations and individuals donating the most money to federal campaigns and committees.

"Conservatives See Potential in Tennessee Judicial Race"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Justice at Stake

"Data Delayed Is Democracy Denied"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Center for Responsive Politics
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Political Typology Report Finds Most Americans Belong to Diverse, Disengaged Center

A Pew Research Center report shows lower levels of partisanship, predictability, and political involvement in America's political center.
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Study Finds New Voting Restrictions in 22 States

The study provides an in-depth look at U.S. voting restrictions that have been passed since 2010, laws that will be effective for the first time in 2014, and major ongoing lawsuits.
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Survey Finds Growing Polarization Affects Politics and Everyday Life

Republicans and Democrats are more divided along ideological lines – and partisan antipathy is deeper and more extensive – than at any point in the last two decades, according to a nationwide 10,000-person survey.

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Valerie Chang

Managing Director, Programs
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Kathy K. Im

Director, Journalism & Media
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Janice A. Dunbar

Senior Grants Manager
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Lauren Pabst

Senior Program Officer, Journalism & Media
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Jeff Ubois

Senior Program Officer, 100&Change