Celebrate birthday by ending gerrymander in Delaware
July 16, 2016
The last year has been pretty good to Alexander Hamilton. The $10 founding father without a father, Secretary of the Treasury, and Revolutionary War hero is the subject of a smash-hit musical that has reinvigorated interest in his life and done wonders for his legacy.
Common Cause Urges Census Bureau to Count Prisoners in Home Localities, Not Prisons
June 30, 2016
The Census Bureau plans to count 2 million prisoners in a way that discriminates against other Americans
High Court Delivers a Victory for Transparency but Delaware Can Do More
June 28, 2016
Common Cause calls on Delaware officials to strengthen anti-corruption statutes as Supreme Court upholds disclosure law.
Redistricting and Competition
June 10, 2016
Democracy requires competitive elections. If you have an election, and there is no competition, it doesn’t really matter whether you vote or not — and so people don’t.
When People Serve Out Their Sentences, They Should Regain Their Voting Rights
May 10, 2016
The Delaware Senate today passed legislation restoring voting rights to most people who've completed prison sentences.