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Letters & Testimony

Letter to Governor Bentley

October 21, 2015

The closure of 31 Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) driver’s license offices raises serious concerns about your administration’s commitment to provide critical services to Alabamians in need of identification to vote

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Notice of Appeal: Common Cause v. Kemp

March 23, 2017

Plaintiffs Common Cause and the Georgia State Conference of the NAACP hereby appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit from the March 17, 2017 Order granting Defendant’s motion to dismiss and the March 17, 2017 Judgment of dismissal.

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Democracy Wire

Common Cause Files Brief in Challenge to Outrageous Partisan Political Gerrymander of Pennsylvania Congressional Districts

January 5, 2018; Press Release, Status Update

Today, Common Cause filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in support of a challenge to the state’s extreme partisan political gerrymander. Despite a roughly equal split in votes between the parties in each election since the 2011 redistricting, Republicans have consistently won 13 of the state’s 18 congressional seats. If successful, the case could result in the Court ordering the redrawing of the districts before the 2018 election.

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Research & Reports

Report: Is America Ready to Vote? State Preparations For Voting Machine Problems in 2008

October 17, 2008

A report discussing analyzing preparations concerning the voting machines that will be used in the November 2008 elections which read, in part, 'On November 4, 2008, some voting systems will fail in at least a few counties. Unfortunately, we cannot predict where. For this reason, every state must be as prepared as possible for system failures. Vigilance will help ensure that machinery-related problems do not interfere with the right of eligible citizens to vote, or imperil the accuracy of the vote count.'


January 1, 2008

Vote By Mail (VBM) elections can increase turnout by four to five percentage points in general elections and significantly more in local or off-year elections. Rather than sparking participation among citizens who never vote, it appears that the added convenience of voting by mail serves primarily to retain higher participation among those voters who tend to vote in general elections by making it easier for them to vote in traditionally lower-interest local, special, or nonpartisan elections.

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General Content

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