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Money & Influence 11.4.2020

Grassroots Groups Celebrate Passage of Question A for the Baltimore County Citizens’ Election Fund

“The Citizens’ Election Fund can expand opportunities to run for office, so more women and people of color can compete for County Council and County Executive races,” explained Common Cause Maryland executive director Joanne Antoine. “We are thrilled that voters have supported Question A to help build a more reflective and representative government.”

Voting & Elections 11.4.2020

Statewide Voting Rights Coalition Urges Patience as Ballots are Counted

The state-wide coalition Everyone Votes Maryland has been working tirelessly throughout the 2020 congressional 7th District Special Election, Primary, and now General Election to ensure that every Marylander knows their rights when it comes to voting and ensuring a fair and safe election process.

Money & Influence 10.8.2020

Grassroots Groups Launch Campaign to Support Question A for the Baltimore County Citizens’ Election Fund

Voting & Elections 10.5.2020

ACLU, Common Cause Correct Inaccurate Info about Leadership of Voting Inside Movement

In the state of Maryland, individuals with felony convictions are eligible to vote once they are no longer incarcerated.

Voting & Elections 09.21.2020

MOM’s Organic Markets hosts National Voter Registration Day Events with Common Cause and League of Women Voters

To celebrate National Voter Registration Day – September 22, 2020 – MOM’s Organic Markets is hosting voter information tables at various locations, in partnership with Common Cause and the League of Women Voters. Voter registration forms will be available, as well as information about options for voting in the November 3rd election.

Voting & Elections 09.10.2020

Expand the Ballot Coalition Details Plans to Ensure Eligible Incarcerated Voters Can Exercise Their Right to Vote

A coalition of Maryland voting rights organizations today released a letter confirming details of a program to ensure eligible voters in corrections facilities are not denied their right to vote. Thousands of Marylanders are eligible to vote but are currently incarcerated.

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