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Letters & Testimony

Common Cause Pennsylvania: Testimony in Opposition to House Bill 934

March 21, 2011

Testimony from Common Cause Pennsylvania, given in opposition to House Bill 93. It reads, in part, 'Common Cause/Pennsylvania is opposed to this legislation for two main reasons. We believe it would unfairly disenfranchise many Pennsylvanians, and we believe the state can ill afford the costs associated with implementing a voter ID requirement, a program that will cost millions of dollars to implement and addresses a problem that essentially does not exist ? impersonation of another voter at the polls on Election Day.'

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Swing State Voting Report Finds Improvement in Pennsylvania Laws Urges More

October 26, 2016; Press Release, Status Update

Pennsylvania's law allowing voters to register online is an important step toward boosting voter turnout, but the state has more work to do to encourage registration and give voters more options on where they cast their ballots, Common Cause says in a report released today.

Gerrymander Gazette | October 4, 2016

October 4, 2016; Blog Post, Status Update

We have redistricting litigation developments in North Carolina, Virginia, and Illinois in addition to a big prison gerrymandering decision out of Rhode Island. A significant win in California could bring reform to counties and cities across the state and a new campaign in Pennsylvania seeks to get candidates’ views about gerrymandering on the record. Here’s what’s happening around the country.

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Research & Reports

Did We Fix That? 2014 Pennsylvana State Summary

October 23, 2014

Summary of Common Cause's findings regarding the state of Pennsylvana's compliance with recommendations made by the Presidential Commission on Election Administration

State House

October 6, 2014

A summary of the state house candidates’ responses to our questionnaire can be found below.

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General Content


background on the 2014 CCPA Candidate Questionnaire

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