The report cards are a tool to bring improvements and transparency to Democratic campaigns and committees. Change will take time, but we saw a number of immediate responses after we released our first round of report cards:
- Campaigns began to engage more deeply and seriously with us. Immediately after the report cards were released, three campaigns initiated additional contact with us. One campaign volunteered significantly more information.
- Strickland campaign stated that they would like to treat the first report card as a baseline they can improve against.
- Bennet campaign requested a list of community groups.
- McGinty campaign has now created a community coalition of people of color groups to advise the campaign.
- Several campaigns significantly improved their work with voters of color during the time we were working with them on the report cards.