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Early evidence shows public financing vouchers that enable all voters to participate in campaign giving encourages candidates to focus more on constituents than on faraway donors.
Democrats have a new policy agenda on the table that mirrors what reformers have been saying for years when it comes to fixing our democratic systems. But often big talk on reform is just lip service.
The real impact of an unregulated campaign finance is on policy, and the proof is in this year’s tax bill.
The tax overhaul should put to rest once and for all any doubts about the real-world impact of the Supreme Court’s evisceration of campaign finance law.
Last week’s off-year elections provided a window into the role money plays in our politics, and the possibilities for campaign finance for reform across the country.
On International Day of the Girl, experts weigh in on steps we can take in criminal justice, campaign finance and healthcare to ensure that our society is providing all girls with the tools they need to succeed.
In today's world, the victory of McCain-Feingold seems almost unfathomable.
In 2015, Seattle voters passed an initiative creating the nation’s first “democracy voucher” program.
This week, the Brennan Center proposed a new tool to strengthen both parties — an easy-to-claim tax credit for small political contributions.
From Tallahassee to Miami, local governments are considering how candidates are funded.