In the Media

PPP Data in the Media

Activists move from ‘protests to the polls’ in a push to shape a slew of local races on Election Day, CNN Online (October 31, 2020)

Many Arizona County Officials Lack Competition on the Ballot, U.S. News & World Report (June 7, 2020)

Oregon’s D.A. Elections Mock Democracy Again, The Appeal (May 7, 2020)

PPP Op-Eds

Midlands Voices: Give Nebraskans a choice in county attorney elections, Omaha World-Herald (May 16, 2020) Prof. Hessick & Cayla Rodney

Criminal justice reform on the ballot across America, Los Angeles Daily News (March 25, 2020) Prof. Hessick & Miriam Krinsky

Voters need more information about their prosecutors, Kansas City Star (February 12, 2019) Prof. Hessick & Jennifer Cofer

NC campaign finances need scrutiny, Raleigh News & Observer (December 26, 2018) Prof. Hessick & Jennifer Cofer

Voters in Pa. don’t know enough about candidates running to become prosecutors, Philadelphia Inquirer (April 11, 2018) Prof. Hessick & Rachel Geissler

California voters deserve to know who is bankrolling our district attorneys, Los Angeles Times (March 29, 2018) Prof. Hessick & Alison Rossi

Coverage of Ongoing PPP Projects

UNC’s School of Law wants to know how attorneys influence criminal justice, Daily Tar Heel (September 22, 2019)

Carissa Byrne Hessick Wants to Hold Prosecutors Accountable, Ms. Magazine (July 18, 2019)

Show us the money: UNC’s Prosecutors and Politics Project tracks attorneys’ finances, Daily Tar Heel (March 1, 2018)

UNC School of Law Launches Prosecutors and Politics Project (Feb. 27, 2018)