Report Finds Florida Voting Laws Still Need Improvement 16 Years After Bush v. Gore
October 26, 2016
Sixteen years after the Bush v. Gore vote counting debacle embarrassed the state and threatened to derail the nation's transfer of power, Florida's voting laws are stronger but remain in significant need of reform, Common Cause says in a report released today.
Floridians Must Have Full Accounting of Trump-Bondi Connection
June 8, 2016
Florida's attorney general owes voters a full accounting of her handling of fraud allegations against Trump University and her acceptance of campaign contributions from a Trump-affiliated charity.
Support for Memorial to Overturn Citizens United
March 24, 2015
Peter Butzin, Chair of Common Cause Florida today joined Representative Dwight Dudley (D-St. Petersburg) in a press conference to support for HM 1321, which urges Congress to propose to the states an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to authorize regulation of political contributions & expenditures by corporations be regulated by federal, state, and local governments.
Florida Making Progress In Fixing Problems That Led To 2012 Voting Experience Woes
October 28, 2014
As the 2014 election enters its final days, Florida is making progress in addressing the problems behind the long lines, clerical errors and misallocated resources that bedeviled the 2012 election, according to a new report from Common Cause.