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
Virginia Senate Passes Redistricting Reform Bills
January 28, 2015
This week the Virginia Senate passed three bills aimed at reforming Virginia’s partisan and divisive process for redrawing legislative districts following each census.
In McDonnell Case, the Real Scandal is What's Legal
January 6, 2015
The legal system has delivered justice to Bob McDonnell; Virginians should now insist that the political system deliver for them – in the form of tough, sensible campaign finance laws -- Common Cause said today.
Commission Proposals Would Shift Power to Voters, Away from Partisan Operators
December 22, 2014
The redistricting recommendations submitted today by Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s Integrity Commission would go a long way toward shifting political power to voters and away from partisan operatives. The General Assembly should approve them promptly.