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Simon Rosenberg // Tue, May 31

Russia’s ongoing aggression, mass shootings, the end of Roe, a more complete understanding of MAGA’s attack on our political system are together creating a new strategic framework or context for US politics, the 2022 elections.

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, May 24

Our latest analysis finds that in the Dem electorate jobs/economy, inflation, health care and climate are top of mind.  Among Republicans its inflation, jobs/economy, immigration, national security. 

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, May 23

While still struggling to put COVID behind us, Russia's aggression is leading to rising energy costs and a now a global food crisis.  These daunting new challenges offer Joe Biden an extraordinary opportunity to lead. 

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, May 18

Over the past 20 years the gains Democrats have made with Hispanic voters has transformed the Democratic Party and the nation.  It may very well be the most successful party-wide strategy in recent Democratic Party history. 

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 24

Come watch or listen to a great conversation about the big advances American companies are making in tackling climate change, and how the Department of Energy is working alongside to help them succeed. 

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, February 21

In the past few weeks NDN's thoughts on the path forward for Joe Biden/Dems have been cited in the WaPo, NYTimes, the Cook Report and other top media outlets. We've put this recent impacful work all in one place to make it easier for you to access. Enjoy!

Georgia McLean // Thu, September 2

The Supreme Court's Texas Roe decision is so shocking and crazy that Democrats have no choice now to make the dangerous radicalization of the GOP central to the conversation they are having with the American people. 

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, June 29

Russia's assassination campaign against US and UK troops in Afghanistan should lead to a broad review of its years of attacks on US interests and the West, and a firm and sustained response.