Selected Print Media

A complete list can be found at on the New America website. For media coverage of the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group Report, see the report page.


"America's urban-rural divides," The Economist (7/1/17)

"The Democrats' problem is not the economy, stupid," Fareed Zakaria, The Washington Post Opinions (6/29/17)

"Trump's contradictory coalition roils elections in Virginia, Georgia," Dan Balz, The Washington Post (6/18/17)

"Apps Make Pestering Congress So Easy That Politicans Can't Keep Up," Klint Finley, WIRED (1/29/17)


"Is Trump going back on his promise to 'drain the swap'? Appointments so far include Washington insiders," Miranda Green, Decode DC (12/2/16)

"Do We Really Need Debate Moderators?," Alan Schroeder, Politico Magazine (9/23/16)

"Is Trump Wrecking Both Parties?," Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times (8/11/16)

"2015 Brought Big Money For Clinton And Bush; Sanders Led Small Contributions," Peter Overby, NPR (2/1/16)


"The Rise of the Lobbyists," Seth Masket, Pacific Standard (4/20/15)


"Milking the Money Machine," Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times Opinion pages (7/22/14)

"Grey eminences: How companies try to influence governments," The Economist (2/22/14)

"The Capitol's Spinning Door Accelerates," Editorial Board, The New York Times Opinion Pages (2/2/14)


"Capital gains: Spending on contracts and lobbying propels a wave of new wealth in D.C.," Greg Jaffe and Jim Tankersley, The Washington Post (11/17/13)

"Supreme Court may strike new blow to campaign funding laws," David G. Savage, Los Angeles Times (9/21/13)

"What the 2012 election has in common with the 1946 election," Chris Cillizza, The Washington Post (7/12/13)

"Insight: In Washington, lawmakers' routines shaped by fundraising," Andy Sullivan, Reuters (6/12/13)

"Kill Bill," Thomas B. Edsall, The New York Times (5/22/13)

"The NRA vs. America," Tim Dickinson, Rolling Stone (1/31/2013)