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Statement on Fulton County Grand Jury Subpoenas for Trump Associates

A Fulton County grand jury has subpoenaed Trump lawyers and campaign consultants to testify in the ongoing criminal probe.

Voting & Elections 06.21.2022

Statement of Common Cause Georgia on Jan. 6 Committee’s Focus on Attempts to Discount Georgia Voters

Georgia officials will testify in front of the January 6th committee today about pressure to illegally overturn the election.

Common Cause Georgia Statement on Secret Plans of Fake Trump Electors

Common Cause Georgia Statement on Secret Plans of Fake Trump Electors

Georgia Legislative Committee Considering ‘Anti-protest’ Bill

Right now, in Georgia, mere presence at the scene of a crime is not sufficient evidence to convict someone of being a party to the crime. But this bill seems intended to change that.

Common Cause Georgia Proposes Anti-Pay-to-Play Ordinance for Atlanta

The nonpartisan organization has drafted a proposed ordinance that would prohibit campaign donor relationships between municipal vendors and the elected officials who make contracting decisions. Companies that have made campaign contributions to relevant municipal officials would no longer be eligible to hold or bid on city contracts.

Voting & Elections 07.26.2021

Fair Fight Action, Common Cause Georgia and Other Groups Call on Raffensperger to End Attacks on Fulton Election Administration and Commit to Opposing State Takeover

Fair Fight Action alongside Common Cause Georgia and other groups sent a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in response to his reckless and dangerous rhetoric casting doubt on Fulton County’s elections administration and calling on him to “reject any partisan attempt to take over Fulton County elections through Senate Bill 202 or through any other means.”

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