Georgia Making Progress In Fixing Problems That Led To 2012 Voting Experience Woes
October 28, 2014
As the 2014 election enters its final days, Georgia is making progress in addressing the problems behind the long lines, clerical errors and misallocated resources that bedeviled the 2012 election, according to a new report from Common Cause.
Peach State People's Pledge
July 11, 2014
Michelle Nunn is the 4th major U.S. Senate candidate to call for a People's Pledge.
Cleaning Up Georgia's Politics
April 5, 2013
Thanks to Common Cause Georgia and its allies, Georgia passed a bill limiting lobbyist gifts to legislators for the first time in state history.
Could the Billion Dollar Stadium Get A Billion Dollars in Public Money?
March 15, 2013
Believe it or not, there is a good possibility that the Atlanta City Council may vote on the proposed new stadium on Monday. If true, to call such a fast-track vote irresponsible would be a vast understatement. The two inch-thick … Continue reading →
Let the people decide!
March 11, 2013
At some point, a conversation we were never allowed to hear, took place between Arthur �Blank and Atlanta';s Mayor, Kasim Reed. A few other conversations we never heard took place between Reed and some city council members. Other quiet conversations … Continue reading →