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John D. Johnson

Research Fellow at the Marquette Law School’s Lubar Center for Public Policy Research and Civic Education

For articles by Johnson, see his author page.

See also Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa president John D. Johnson, Sr. and Antler House guitarist John Johnson.

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Murphy’s Law: GOP Leader Thrilled to Suppress City Vote
Murphy’s Law

GOP Leader Thrilled to Suppress City Vote

Republican ads targeted Black and Hispanic voters to discourage voting. Did they work?

Outside Investors, Labor Shortage Hamper Milwaukee Affordable Housing Efforts

Outside Investors, Labor Shortage Hamper Milwaukee Affordable Housing Efforts

But groups pushing forward on effort to create 5,000 new homeowners of color.

Analyzing Milwaukee Area Turnout and Results That Led To Evers’ Win

Analyzing Milwaukee Area Turnout and Results That Led To Evers’ Win

Governor pulled off something no Wisconsin Democrat has accomplished in 60 years.

28 Wisconsin Sites Renamed to Remove Indigenous Slur

28 Wisconsin Sites Renamed to Remove Indigenous Slur

US Department of Interior renaming geographic features nationwide.

Donovan Now A Suburban Republican Running For Assembly

Donovan Now A Suburban Republican Running For Assembly

20-year Milwaukee alderman wants to stop city's "chaos" from spreading to suburbs.

State Has Few Competitive Assembly Districts

State Has Few Competitive Assembly Districts

New redistricting approved by high court could leave just 3 of 99 districts with competitive races.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Picks Republican-Drawn Maps

Wisconsin Supreme Court Picks Republican-Drawn Maps

Ruling gives Republicans chance at veto-proof majority, reverses earlier decision to pick Evers' maps.

Data Wonk: State’s Gerrymander Could Last Forever
Data Wonk

State’s Gerrymander Could Last Forever

If state high court’s ‘least change’ rule followed in future, gerrymandering might last for decades.

Mayoral Race Will Likely Have Low Turnout

Mayoral Race Will Likely Have Low Turnout

Historic race, yet many won’t vote, BLOC not endorsing a candidate.

Data Wonk: How Gerrymandered Is New State Map?
Data Wonk

How Gerrymandered Is New State Map?

Let’s measure how the two parties will fare under maps approved by state Supreme Court.

State Supreme Court Hearing Redistricting Case

State Supreme Court Hearing Redistricting Case

Court says it favors few changes to heavily gerrymandered state legislative districts.

Key Takeaways From 2020 Census Data

Key Takeaways From 2020 Census Data

Dane County grew while Milwaukee shrank.

Redistricting conversation continues on virtual “On the Issues,” Feb. 11
Milwaukee Had A Drop in College Voters, Dramatic Shift in South Side Party Preference

Milwaukee Had A Drop in College Voters, Dramatic Shift in South Side Party Preference

Biden and Clinton had dramatically different performances in Milwaukee. See how.

Murphy’s Law: Will Black, Latinx and Young Voters Turn Out?
Murphy’s Law

Will Black, Latinx and Young Voters Turn Out?

Three groups are working hard -- and spending big -- to turn out these voters.

‘On the Issues’: Reporter, common council president to discuss ‘Who owns the house next door’ in virtual conversation, Oct. 21
Murphy’s Law: Milwaukee 6th Most Diverse City in US?
Murphy’s Law

Milwaukee 6th Most Diverse City in US?

More diverse than nearly 600 other cities, says new report. Should we believe it?

Finding City’s Most Integrated Neighborhoods

Finding City’s Most Integrated Neighborhoods

Study shows 25 neighborhoods across Milwaukee are majority-minority like city as a whole.

Plats and Parcels: State Grant Will Support 27th and Wisconsin Demolition
Plats and Parcels

State Grant Will Support 27th and Wisconsin Demolition

Plus: A run down of the week's real estate news.

Eyes on Milwaukee: The Rise of The Bay View Home
Eyes on Milwaukee

The Rise of The Bay View Home

Since Great Recession, houses in neighborhood are among only 6 percent of those in city that have risen in value.

The Educator: How Does Residency Change Affect Teachers?
The Educator

How Does Residency Change Affect Teachers?

24% of MPS teachers now live outside city. Does that matter?

CityLab senior editor to go ‘On the Issues’ to discuss the history of suburbia
Press Release

CityLab senior editor to go ‘On the Issues’ to discuss the history of suburbia

This 90-minute event will feature a moderated discussion with Amanda Kolson Hurley, as well as four suburban mayors.

What Polls Show About the Legislature

What Polls Show About the Legislature

Voters have net positive view of Legislature but negative toward Vos, split on Fitzgerald.