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Letters & Testimony

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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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

Lawmakers Push to Boost Census Funding

October 12, 2017; Blog Post, Status Update

A group of lawmakers launched an effort Wednesday to increase Census Bureau funding by $438 million in order to accurately conduct the 2020 census

DEFCON Election Hacking Report Hammers Home Need to Safeguard Our Elections

October 10, 2017; Press Release, Status Update

Americans expect and deserve free and fair elections, but the release of a report on the Voting Machine Hacking Village at DEFCON last summer lays bare the vulnerabilities of our nation’s election equipment, databases and infrastructure. The Atlantic Council’s convening of a bipartisan group of national security advisors, cybersecurity experts and election officials to establish protocols to safeguard our elections is welcome news.

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Press Releases

Domestic Terrorist Attack Must Have Full Attention of DOJ & FBI

August 13, 2017

The Justice Department and FBI must investigate yesterday’s riots in Charlottesville for what they are – an act of domestic terrorism. These agencies must throw their full weight behind their investigations of this act of white supremacists terrorism and not treat it as an isolated incident. If they treat yesterday as an isolated incident, more terrorist acts will surely follow.

Common Cause Georgia Names Sara Henderson its New Executive Director

August 10, 2017

Today, Common Cause announced that Sara Henderson has been named Executive Director of Common Cause Georgia where she has worked as Policy Director since January. Sara brings years of political and grassroots experience to the position and has lived in Georgia for more than three decades.

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