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Letters & Testimony
March 13, 2007
This Statement of Support for North Carolina Legislatures reads, in part, 'I, as a member of the North Carolina State Legislature, call on the University of North Carolina General Administration, the UNC Board of Governors (BOG), and individual campuses to break the connection between PACs and campuses in the UNC system.'
February 7, 2018; Featured Item, Blog Post, Status Update
Gerrymander Gazette: February 8, 2018
February 6, 2018; Blog Post, Status Update
The Supreme Court denied an expedited review but gerrymandering challenge is very much alive.
February 6, 2018
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court denied the motion for expedited review of Common Cause v. Rucho in the wake of the Court granting a stay in the case after a unanimous decision from a three-judge federal court had ruled North Carolina’s congressional districts unconstitutional and ordered them redrawn by January 24, 2018.
January 23, 2018
Today, Common Cause filed a motion in the U.S. Supreme Court in Common Cause v. Rucho urging the court to expedite its review of the case in order to provide relief to North Carolina voters in time for 2018 congressional elections. Last week the Supreme Court granted a stay in the case after a unanimous decision from a three-judge federal court had ruled North Carolina’s congressional districts unconstitutional and ordered them redrawn by January 24, 2018. In today’s brief the successful plaintiffs argue that hearing the North Carolina General Assembly’s appeal on a slower standard schedule will unfairly result in North Carolinians voting this November in congressional districts ruled to be an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander. This would be a fourth congressional election cycle using an unconstitutional map.
Research & Reports
N.C. State University Voting Instructions
October 23, 2014
Summary of Common Cause's findings regarding the state of North Carolina's compliance with recommendations made by the Presidential Commission on Election Administration
Board Member, Leadership
Common Cause North Carolina board member Ann McCracken is a long time member and former chair of Common Cause North Carolina. Now retired, she was an English Instructor at Central Carolina Community College in Sanford, NC, where she lives. She is a former chair of the Lee County League of Women Voters and the Lee County Library Board of Trustees.
Board Member, Leadership
Common Cause North Carolina board member Ann McColl is currently General Counsel, North Carolina Association of Educators. Previously she was legislative liaison for The NC State Board of Education and former legal counsel to the NC Association of School Administrators.