Research & Analysis
- Campaign Finance Institute: Small-Donor Matching Funds for New York State Elections: A Policy Analysis of the Potential Impact and Cost – December 20, 2018
- Brennan Center for Justice: New York’s Wealthiest Played Outsized Role in Funding 2018 Campaigns – December 20, 2018
- Brennan Center for Justice: Analysis: New York State 2018 Campaign Contributions – December 20, 2018
- Center for American Progress: The Small-Donor Antidote to Big-Donor Politics – June 11, 2018
- Demos: Video: Three Things You Didn’t Know About Money in Politics – May 10, 2018
- Brennan Center for Justice: Breaking Down Barriers: The Faces of Small Donor Public Financing – June 9, 2016
- HedgeClippers: The Hedge Papers, Exposing the Collateral Damage Billionaire-Driven Politics Inflicts on Our Communities, Our climate, Our Economy and Our Democracy
- Demos: Stacked Deck: How the Racial Bias in Our Big Money Political System Undermines Our Democracy and Our Economy – July 23, 2015
- Demos: Fresh Start: The Impact of Public Financing in Connecticut – April 2013
- Demos: Stacked Deck: How the Dominance of Politics by the Affluent & Business Undermines Economic Mobility in America – February 2013
- Brennan Center for Justice: Donor Diversity Through Public Matching Funds – May 14, 2012
- Center for Working Families Memo on Public Financing and Communities of Color – February 16, 2012 (En Español)
New Yorkers deserve a responsive, accountable government. Voter turnout in New York is among the lowest in the nation, due in part to antiquated procedures for registration and voting that discourage participation. And our campaign finance system favors the wealthy over everyday, working New Yorkers. To tackle the crises we face in housing, living wage jobs, criminal justice, affordable health care, transportation, climate, fair taxes, and more, we must transform a campaign finance system that advantages the interests of the few over those of the many.
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