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PA High Court Joins Movement for Fair Districts

January 22, 2018; Featured Item, Blog Post

It’s increasingly clear that courts across the country are ready to declare that partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional and insist that political maps that allow voters to choose our elected officials, not permit officials to choose their voters.

Supreme Court Delays Redrawing of North Carolina Congressional Districts in Case Brought by Common Cause

January 18, 2018; Press Release, Status Update

Today the U.S. Supreme Court in Common Cause v. Rucho denied a stay request from North Carolina legislators ordered by a federal court to redraw the state’s unconstitutionally gerrymandered congressional districts by January 24, 2018. The stay was requested pending the Supreme Court’s ruling in two redistricting challenges before the Court.

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Goals of Common Cause North Carolina's Campus Outreach Project

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Bryan Warner

Director of Communications, Common Cause North Carolina, State Staff

Bryan Warner is director of communications for Common Cause North Carolina. He manages the organization's multimedia production, digital content and media outreach.

Chris Fitzsimon

Board Member, Leadership

Common Cause North Carolina board member Chris Fitzsimon is the Founder and Director of NC Policy Watch – a progressive public policy think tank that is a special project of the N.C. Justice Center

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