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Voting & Elections 09.15.2022

Common Cause Delaware Urges State Supreme Court to Uphold Vote by Mail Law

"We support Vote by Mail because it allows our neighbors to cast their ballots safely and securely from home."

Voting & Elections 09.7.2022

Common Cause Delaware Launches First-Ever “Election Protection” Field Program, for 2022 Primary and General

“Every voter deserves to have a good experience casting a ballot,” said Claire Snyder-Hall, Executive Director of Common Cause Delaware.

Common Cause Releases 2022 “Democracy Scorecard” Showing Growing Support in Congress for Democracy Reform

“Our democracy is strongest when constituents are informed about the job our elected leaders are doing in Washington,” said Claire Snyder-Hall, executive director of Common Cause Delaware.

Money & Influence 08.15.2022

Common Cause Delaware Calls for Better Campaign Finance Reporting

As campaign finance reports for primary candidates are made publicly available today, Common Cause Delaware calls for more regular and detailed reporting.

Common Cause Delaware Urges Georgetown Town Council to Reject Public Funding Request from Private Organization Hosting Confederate Monument and Flag

Monday night, Georgetown Town Councilors will choose whether or not to use almost $25,000 of taxpayer money to subsidize a private organization that hosts a Confederate monument and proudly flies the Confederate flag.

Voting & Elections 07.22.2022

Going Against National Trends, Delaware Governor signs into law Two Voting Bills that Expand Access

All Delawareans will be able to vote by mail in upcoming elections. First Staters will also now be able to register to vote, or update their name or address, when they go to vote.

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