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California Common Cause Welcomes Rey López-Calderón as New Executive Director, Kathay Feng to Lead National Redistricting Program 

California Common Cause is pleased to announce that Rey López-Calderón will become the organization’s new executive director as of January 1, 2019. López-Calderón has worked for more than 20 years in faith, labor, education, and political organizing. He takes the helm of our nonpartisan, grassroots state organization from Kathay Feng, who has led the state organization since 2005 and the national redistricting work since 2013. She will now focus solely on redistricting reform.

Money & Influence 12.12.2018

Los Angeles Campaign Finance Coalition Expresses Disappointment in City Council Matching Funds

The City Council continues to take baby steps in campaign finance reform. The $6 to $1 match should entice candidates to spend more time talking to in-district donors rather than chasing wealthy special interests. But we are concerned that the qualifying threshold could be too high for women, young people or community members who are not traditionally at the table. We need a campaign matching fund that allows a diversity of voices to represent our city. As is, this package falls short.

Voting & Elections 11.20.2018

Public Input Sought for 2020 Vote Centers

California Common Cause will co-host community meetings in Inglewood, North Hollywood, Pasadena, Redondo Beach, Sherman Oaks and West Los Angeles to give residents the opportunity to decide where they want to vote in 2020 when community-oriented vote centers replace neighborhood polling places. The meetings are part of a series of 33 community meetings across the county sponsored by Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk Dean Logan's office.

Voting & Elections 11.7.2018

California Election Protection Hotline Received More Than 2,000 Calls on Election Day

With polls closed, California Common Cause reports the 866-OUR-VOTE Election Protection hotline received 2,000 calls from voters with questions and voters experiencing problems at the polls. This surpassed the call volume from the last midterm election, likely due to higher voter turnout and changes in how and where voters cast ballots.

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