Gorsuch and Democracy Reform: Lots of Unanswered Questions
February 8, 2017
Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nomination will likely shape the court – and American law -- for decades to come, as it is expected to restore the conservative majority lost when Justice Antonin Scalia died last year. So it’s no wonder that a long list of advocacy organizations, including Common Cause, are now busy dissecting the record of Trump’s nominee, appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Groups & Individuals Oppose House Efforts to Kill Presidential Public Financing and EAC
February 6, 2017
Common Cause and other groups have denounced a House plan to abolish the Election Assistance Commission and end public financing of presidential campaigns.
South Dakota Republicans Ignore Voters and Move to Gut Democracy Reforms
January 24, 2017
South Dakota Republicans are trying to thwart the voters' desire for stronger ethics and campaign finance laws
Portland Poised for Big Boost to Democracy Reform Movement
December 8, 2016
Portland, OR's City Council will vote next week on a plan to amplify the voices of small-dollar political donors
Reform Groups Urge Members to Oppose All Campaign Finance Riders to Funding Bills
November 21, 2016
In a letter sent today, reform groups urged members of Congress to oppose all campaign finance riders and other “poison pill” riders to any CR or omnibus bill to be considered in the remaining days of this Congress.