Kobach's Kansas Office Disqualified Alarming Number of Voters
August 23, 2017
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, co-chairman of President Trump’s “election integrity” commission and arguably the nation’s most aggressive advocate of restricting voting rights, oversaw the disqualification of an alarming number of ballots last year in his home state, reports the Associated Press.
Sessions, Trump, Ask Court to Back Ohio Voter Purge
August 9, 2017
Tuesday brought a reminder that Attorney General Sessions is well positioned to undermine our democracy and that the Justice Department under his direction is busy at the task.
Voting Rights: The Struggle Continues
August 7, 2017
As the nation marked the 52nd anniversary of the Voting Rights Act over the weekend, there were reminders aplenty that the right to vote is far from secure across America.
Common Cause Sues to Stop Pence-Kobach Panel's Data Collection
July 14, 2017
Common Cause sued President Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity this afternoon, asking a federal court to shut down commission efforts to obtain personal information about millions of voters and order the panel to return the data it has already collected to state officials.
Standing Up for the Right to Vote
July 10, 2017
Over the weekend, more than 16,000 Americans answered an appeal from Common Cause and sent President Trump's "voter integrity" commission a message: we understand what you’re up to and we will not be intimidated.