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Democracy Advocates to Hold Public Meeting in Anderson RE: Redistricting Reform

ANDERSON, IN — On Thursday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m. EST, Common Cause Indiana, The League of Women Voters of Indiana, Indiana Local Redistricting and the Anderson branch of the NAACP will convene with members of the Anderson community to discuss redistricting and address questions about the lawsuit filed against the Anderson Common Council for the failure to redistrict during the 2020 redistricting cycle. 

50 State Report: Indiana Earns Low Grade for Redistricting from Common Cause

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Today, Common Cause, the leading anti-gerrymandering group, published a report grading the redistricting process in all 50 states from the view of the community. The comprehensive report evaluates public access, outreach, and education in each state based on an analysis of more than 120 detailed surveys and more than 60 interviews. 

Voting Rights Groups File Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Anderson Common Council Redistricting Lawsuit

INDIANAPOLIS — Today in federal court, Common Cause Indiana, the League of Women Voters of Indiana, and the Madison County NAACP filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in their lawsuit against Anderson, Indiana’s Common Council. The injunction was filed in response to the council’s failure to redistrict by the Dec. 31, 2022 deadline imposed by state law. 

Democracy Advocates File Lawsuit Calling for Fair Representation

ANDERSON, IN — Today, several voting rights organizations joined two Anderson, Ind. residents in filing a federal lawsuit against the city’s Common Council for failing to draw new maps before the Dec. 31, 2022 redistricting deadline. 

Voting & Elections 04.13.2023

Common Cause, Voting Rights Advocate Pen Letter to Gov. Holcomb Requesting Veto to Restrictions on Voting by Mail

INDIANAPOLIS — Today, Common Cause Indiana — as well as several other voting rights groups — penned a letter to Gov. Holcomb asking that he veto H.B. 1334.

Voting & Elections 03.31.2023

Indiana’s Voter Registration Deadline is MONDAY, April 3

INDIANAPOLIS — Common Cause Indiana reminds new voters that they have until 5 p.m. on Monday, April 3, to submit their voter registration forms in-person, online or by mail in time for the May 2 municipal primary election across the states. In order for the mail-in application to be accepted, it must be postmarked by Monday.

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