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Common Cause Georgia Files Complaint Against Georgia State Charter School Commission

Common Cause Georgia today filed a complaint with the state's Inspector General to investigate recently revealed payments and offers of payments by a state vendor to state employees, as well as the same state vendor's transparency law violations. We also urge the state employee who accepted these payments to return them immediately.

Voting & Elections 11.9.2018

Reaction to Georgia Secretary of State Kemp’s Resignation

Former Georgia Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp finally recognized the inherent conflict of interest of his remaining in that office while simultaneously running for governor.

Voting & Elections 11.2.2018

Common Cause GA Celebrates Federal Judge’s Order to Grant Emergency Relief from “Exact Match” Law

Judge Eleanor Louise Ross of the U.S. District Court for Northern District of GA today ordered that Georgia voters whose registration applications had been left pending under the state's “Exact Match” program are now allowed to exercise their right to vote in the midterm election on November 6. The full order is accessible here: https://bit.ly/2CXY3iQ

With One Week To Go Before Election Day, There’s Still Time For Kemp To Resign

Georgia Exec Director Henderson: Kemp Overseeing Own Election “Undermines Fairness and Confidence in Election Systems” and “He Should Resign Immediately”

10.22.2018

To Help Disenfranchised Gwinnett County Voters, Follow Best Practices on Vote-By Mail, Common Cause Tells Kemp, Local Board of Elections

Gwinnett County Rejecting Ballots from Voters of Color at Disproportionate Rate; Common Cause Sends Letter Offering Clear Process to Make Gwinnett Votes Count

Voting & Elections 10.18.2018

Common Cause Joins Civil Rights Groups in Suing Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp

Common Cause joined the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and other civil rights organizations in suing Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp for the state’s discriminatory and unlawful “exact match” voter suppression scheme.

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