In the States

With offices in 35 states and members in all 50, Common Cause is a true citizen's lobby. Use the map and links below to connect and get involved with our work in your state. And if you’re in a state where we don’t have an active presence, sign up today to track issues and stay involved.  Contact Jenny Flanagan, Vice President of State Operations, with any questions.

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Common Cause Georgia Facebook Twitter Google Plus Email

250 Georgia Ave SE #202, Atlanta, GA 30312, USA

Common Cause Georgia is a non-profit, non-partisan citizens' lobby organization. We believe that by banding together, citizens can make a difference. We throw a spotlight on issues that affect all Georgians. We work to strengthen public participation and to ensure that the political process serves the public interest, rather than the special interests. Our purpose is clear: make public officials and public institutions accountable and responsive to citizens. Common Cause Georgia has more than 3,000 members and supporters across the state.

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307 Kamani St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA

Since 1970, Common Cause Hawaii has been a leading “good government” voice advocating for improved process-related measures that affect our democracy. We believe that process-related issues and improvements are a universal issue that impacts all of our social and economic policies.

Common Cause Illinois Facebook Twitter Email

205 W Randolph St #1220, Chicago, IL 60606, USA

Common Cause Illinois and its members are building a movement to fight back for a real and accountable democracy. After re-launching the state chapter in 2012, we continue to pass landmark reforms to create a stronger voice for ordinary Illinoisans like you, from improving access to the polls to getting big money out of politics.

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