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Redistricting Report: Native Nations Won Historic Redistricting Victories in Minnesota

A new report released by Common Cause shows how Minnesota's Native Nations and Tribes successfully advocated for effective representation during the 2021 redistricting process.

With Us, For Us Constitutional Amendment on Redistricting Announced

Constitutional amendment that would allow for community-driven independent redistricting if Minnesota voters approve it.

50 State Report: Minnesota Receives Average Grade for Redistricting from Common Cause

St. PAUL, MN — 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 & Elections 02.22.2023

Common Cause Minnesota Praises MN Senate After Passage of Voting Reformation Bill

PAUL, MN — Late last night, the Minnesota Senate passed SF26, a bill that will restore voting rights for Minnesotans with felony convictions who are not currently incarcerated. The bill is a huge step forward for voting rights in Minnesota and is the culmination of years of advocacy by Common Cause Minnesota and the Restore the Vote Coalition.

VIDEO LINK & QUOTES from Today’s Media Briefing: What the Court’s Maps Mean for Minnesota’s Communities of Color

"It’s far past time we move to an independent, community-led process that puts power where it belongs—in the hands of the people,” said Annastacia Belladonna-Carrera, Executive Director, Common Cause Minnesota.

Minnesota Redistricting Panel Releases District Maps

“We were proud—for the first time in state history—to submit people-focused community maps that were nonpartisan, included robust community input, and were drawn without concern for the interests of political parties."

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