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Testimony Regarding The State of the Right to Vote After the 2012 Election

December 19, 2012

This testimony concerning the state of voting rights reads, in part, 'It should not be an endurance sport to vote in our country, yet tens of thousands of Americans from every political stripe faced lines up to 6 hours long because of inadequate planning, unfair rules and restricted access to the ballot box. Voter suppression became a catch-all name for the many restrictive voting laws and policies underlying the 2012 election cycle.'

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Litigation

CO_100611_Motion_for_Leave_to_File_Amicus_Curiae_Brief.pdf

October 6, 2011

This Court document reads in part, 'Amici Curiae Mi Familia Vota Education Fund and the Urban League of Metropolitan Denver, by and through their undersigned counsel, hereby submit this Unopposed Motion for Leave to File Brief in Opposition to the Secretary of State?s Motion for Preliminary Injunction.'

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Democracy Wire

Common Cause Files & Coordinates Bipartisan Amici in Landmark Supreme Court Challenge to Maryland Democrats’ Partisan Gerrymander

January 29, 2018; Press Release, Status Update

Today, Common Cause joined an ideologically diverse group of governors, members of Congress, local government leaders, and others in filing amicus briefs urging the Supreme Court to put an end to partisan gerrymandering. On March 28, the Court will hear arguments in Benisek v. Lamone, a First Amendment challenge to Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District, which Democrats drew after the 2010 census in a successful attempt to defeat a longtime Republican incumbent. If the Supreme Court rules in favor of the plaintiffs, it could result in a nationwide prohibition against the manipulation of legislative boundaries for political advantage.

The Art of the Lie – Nonpartisan Watchdog Groups Release New Report Documenting President Trump’s First Year Failure on Government Integrity and Accountability Issues

January 29, 2018; Press Release, Status Update

As President Trump prepares to deliver his first State of the Union later this week, Common Cause and Democracy 21 are releasing a new report, “The Art of the Lie,” which pulls together a dizzying series of events and provides an overview of this unprecedented presidency. The report bundles together the crises, conflicts of interest, and new lows of the last year in 20 distinct issue areas to capture Trump’s failed first year record on matters of government integrity and accountability.

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Press Releases

New Report: “Putin, Trump and Democracy’s Slippery Slope Toward Oligarchy”

November 7, 2017

Today, Common Cause will release a new report - “Putin, Trump and Democracy’s Slippery Slope Toward Oligarchy”- that examines Russia’s attacks on the 2016 presidential election, the continuing threats to our democracy and solutions to address these threats. It also examines how the campaign and Administration of Donald Trump have harnessed our system’s weaknesses to their political and personal benefit.

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