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Increased Transparency in Lobbyist Disclosure

April 28, 2014

The bill gets rid of duplicative disclosure reporting, clarifies that lobbyists must disclose bill numbers, requires disclosure of annual lobbying income totals for each client and requires a lobbyist to update his/her registration within 24 hours if a client is added between disclosure statements.

Independent Ethics Commission Restrictions

February 3, 2014

The bill attempted to hold Commissioners severally and personally liable for actions of the IEC. If passed the Commissioners themselves, in their personal capacities, would have had to pay any damages to a public official if the official prevailed in a complaint alleging that his or her rights were infringed upon.

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Letters & Testimony

Common Cause Colorado Letter:Urging for Public Education for the Digital Television Transition

April 3, 2008

A letter from Common Cause Colorado Which begins, 'We, the undersigned organizations, are writing today to encourage your support of HJR 1013, the resolution encouraging education about the digital television transition. We believe public education is necessary to ensure that every Coloradan has access to the information they need to effectively participate in our democracy.'???

Common Cause Colorado Letter: Urging Support for a statewide precinct-based polling place election for the 2008 primary and general elections

January 24, 2008

A letter from Common Cause Colorado (as well as other groups) which begins, 'We, the undersigned organizations, are writing to urge your support of a statewide precinct-based polling place election for the upcoming 2008 primary and general elections. We believe this is the best solution to ensure that all Coloradans have access to voting'?

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News

Colorado Shows the Way to Protecting Our Elections

July 18, 2017; Blog Post, Status Update

While President Trump’s “Election Integrity” commission plots ways to make voting more difficult for millions of Americans, officials in one state – Colorado – have taken a critical step to make sure that every vote is accurately recorded and vote totals are accurately reported.

New Study Documents Success of Automatic Voter Registration

June 7, 2017; Blog Post, Status Update

A report released today by our friends at the Center for American Progress (CAP) documents the success of automatic voter registration programs championed by Common Cause and other voting rights advocates across the country.

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Press Releases

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Research & Reports

CO_101507_Report_Ethnic_Minorities_Vote_by_Mail.pdf.pdf

October 15, 2007

This Common Cause Colorado report on how ethnic minorities participate with mail in voting reads, in part, 'Colorado?s practice of all mail voting has grown increasingly popular among its 64 counties. Colorado law allows all mail voting during odd year, non partisan elections. One potential concern that has been raised with elections that are conducted entirely by mail is whether or not such a program could reduce the accuracy of elections by either reducing the turnout of ethnic minorities or disproportionately increasing turnout among white voters.'

CO_100907_Report_Ethnic_Minorities_Vote_by_Mail.pdf

October 9, 2007

This Common Cause Colorado report on how ethnic minorities participate with mail in voting reads, in part, 'Colorado?s practice of all mail voting has grown increasingly popular among its 64 counties. Colorado law allows all mail voting during odd year, non partisan elections. One potential concern that has been raised with elections that are conducted entirely by mail is whether or not such a program could reduce the accuracy of elections by either reducing the turnout of ethnic minorities or disproportionately increasing turnout among white voters.'

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