Swing State Report Faults Virginia's Voting Laws for Suppressing Voter Registration & Turnout
October 26, 2016
Virginia is clinging to outmoded voting laws and practices that suppress turnout, depress registration and effectively discard provisional votes cast by qualified voters who happen to show up at the wrong precinct on Election Day, Common Cause says in a report released today.
Gerrymander Gazette | October 4, 2016
October 4, 2016
We have redistricting litigation developments in North Carolina, Virginia, and Illinois in addition to a big prison gerrymandering decision out of Rhode Island. A significant win in California could bring reform to counties and cities across the state and a new campaign in Pennsylvania seeks to get candidates’ views about gerrymandering on the record. Here’s what’s happening around the country.
Gerrymander Gazette - June 3, 2016
June 8, 2016
Legislators’ revenge in Arizona and New Jersey, an invitation to sue in North Carolina, and great progress on reform in Illinois and Virginia make it clear that this will not be a quiet summer on the redistricting front. Let’s see how things are looking.
McAuliffe Probe Underscores Need for Campaign Finance Reform in VA
May 23, 2016
Common Cause urges Virginians to make campaign finance reform their top priority in 2017 electiions
Gerrymander Gazette - April 2016
April 29, 2016
Welcome to the third edition of the Gerrymander Gazette, Common Cause’s newsletter on redistricting reform efforts around the country.