The Rise of ‘New Values Voters’: How 2012 Election Victories Chart a Values Landscape in 2013 and Beyond

The Rise of ‘New Values Voters’: How 2012 Election Victories Chart a Values Landscape in 2013 and Beyond. Center for American Progress. Catherine Woodiwiss. January 25, 2013.

Heading into the 2012 election season, few could have predicted that a group of nuns, a network of black churches, and a first-time networkwide voter-mobilization campaign would significantly shape the electoral terrain. But these groups were responsible for significant counternarrative victories for progressive values in 2012, accordng to the author. [Note: contains copyrighted material].

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