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Sacramento Member Meeting

November 12, 2015

You're invited to join us for our November member meeting, where we'll discuss important ethics and redistricting reforms and what local activists like yourself can do to help.

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Travel Gift Disclosure - SIGNED INTO LAW

December 1, 2014

This bill requires a nonprofit organization that pays for travel for elected officeholders to disclose the names of donors responsible for funding the travel. It would also require a person who receives a travel gift to report the destination on their Statement of Economic Interests.

Young Adult Poll Workers - SIGNED INTO LAW

February 23, 2015

This bill addresses the need for more bilingual poll workers by allowing counties to employ 16 to 18 year old students who are legal, permanent residents. The bill fills a gap in existing law, which already allows high school students who are citizens, and legal permanent residents over age 18, to serve as poll workers.

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Letters & Testimony

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Press Releases

Californians to vote on the Overturn Citizens United Act in November

June 13, 2016

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday allowed the Overturn Citizens United Act to go onto the November ballot, after thousands of activists across California inundated Brown’s office with emails, faxes and phone calls urging him to support the bill, known as SB 254. The bill is authored by Sen. Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica), and co-sponsored by a coalition of grassroots organizations including Los Angeles-based Money Out Voters In (MOVI) and California Common Cause.

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Research & Reports

Common Cause California Report: Sacramento Television Coverage of the February 2008 Primary Election

September 23, 2011

A report from Common Cause California which analyses the electoral race coverage on local Sacramento television. It reads in part, 'In the early 2008 presidential campaign, the media had already limited the race to five candidates and provided little about their records or their plans if elected. Sixty-three percent of stories focused on political and tactical aspects of the campaign; nearly four times the number on candidates' background, ideas or policy proposals.'

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General Content

Contact Us

Contact us page for California Common Cause

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