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Was Sacked Prosecutor on Trump's Trail?

March 13, 2017

Did President Trump fire Preet Bharara, the federal prosecutor with jurisdiction over the President’s Manhattan residence, to head off a potential corruption investigation? Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings believes it’s possible.

Common Cause New York Action Team continues to grow

February 14, 2017

Last night, over 60 people came to our second NYC Action Team meeting. We now have over 250 people who have signed up to be Action Team members, many of them actively involved in volunteer activities. Here in NYC, 4 neighborhood-based working groups are meet regularly, deciding on joint actions to take. Thanks to Eleanor Moretta, our weekly phone bank is going great guns. In the 4 days from Feb. 2 to 5, our NY members called over 500 Common Cause members in red states. We've added the ability for our members to make phone calls from home, which has greatly expanded our capacity. But having 6-8 people in the office on Thursday evenings is wonderfully re-enforcing.

Activist Toolkit

February 14, 2017

Coordinating Visits to Your Legislator’s Offices

Challenges to our democracy: what's next for the media?

December 9, 2016

Please join us for the first of Common Cause/ New York's John Gardner Breakfast Series on the challenges facing our democracy, bringing together leading speakers, thinkers, and elected officials from across the political spectrum to explore solutions and stimulate thought and discussion.

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The importance of voter registration

June 29, 2016

"This is not a conversation for the back burner ," Assemblywoman Latrice Walker said about voting rights at the Brooklyn NAACP Voter Engagement Conference on a recent Saturday morning. With panels of accomplished attorneys, politicians, and civil rights activists, members of the Brooklyn community gathered to discuss the NAACP Brooklyn Votes campaign and efforts to engage voters throughout the greater New York City area.

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Common Cause New York Calls on Conflicts of Interest Board to Review Emails from "Agents of the City"

May 20, 2016

On February 22nd Common Cause New York sent a letter to the Conflicts of Interest Board (COIB) and Campaign Finance Board (CFB) requesting an investigation into Mayor Bill de Blasio's 501 (c) 4 entity called the Campaign for One New York. Although the Mayor has shuttered the Campaign for One New York, there remain related issues, noted in the complaint that still warrant investigation.

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