Scandals Hit the South
April 12, 2016
Amid an outbreak of ethical violations in southern states, Common Cause is pushing reforms that increase transparency of political spending, limit the amount of money candidates can accept and establish reasonable enforcement mechanisms
Super Tuesday Could Decide Both Party Nominees
February 29, 2016
This is a crucial day in the selection of our next President.
Gerrymander Gazette - February 2016
February 19, 2016
In this monthly newsletter, Common Cause will provide periodic updates on the goofy politics that allow this anachronism to survive and the grassroots campaigns, legislative efforts, and litigation that are allowing citizens to fight back and make their voices heard.
Reform Groups Urge Court to Attack Partisan Gerrymandering
October 8, 2015
Using an impartial standard for measuring partisan fairness, New Virginia Majority and Common Cause have submitted a brief that evaluates the 10 proposed “remedial” plans to adjust the boundaries of Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District.
Common Cause Urges Federal Prosecutors to Closely Monitor Links Between Super PACs and Candidates
February 12, 2015
Common Cause hails federal prosecution for illegal coordination between a Super PAC and a congressional campaign