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Money & Influence 03.22.2023

Common Cause Nebraska to Testify at March 23 Hearings on Campaign Finance Bills

LINCOLN, NE — Tomorrow, Common Cause Nebraska (CCNE) Issues Chair Jack Gould will appear before the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee to testify in support of LB9, a NE bill that will force disclosures about issue-related, non-candidate spending. That same day, CCNE Executive Director Gavin Geis will also testify supporting LB737, which seeks to place a $1000 limit on how much anyone can contribute to candidates for office.

Common Cause Nebraska Calls for Proper Regulation, Transparency in Lobbyist-Related Complaint

LINCOLN, NE — Today, Gavin Geis, executive director of Common Cause Nebraska, lodged a complaint with the Nebraska Accountability and Disclosure Commission (NADC) alleging that Rev. Arin Hess is lobbying Nebraska State Senators but is not registered with the Commission as required by law.

Voting & Elections 11.16.2022

Common Cause Nebraska Calls for ‘Common Sense Photo ID Requirements’ Following Passage of Initiative 432

LINCOLN, NE — After Nebraska voters passed Initiative 432, a voter ID ballot measure, by a 66%-34% vote margin, Common Cause Nebraska is calling on the unicameral to implement sensible requirements.

Voting & Elections 11.7.2022

2022 Midterm Election is TOMORROW

LINCOLN, NE — Nebraska voters have just two more days to make their voices heard in the Tuesday, Nov. 8 midterm election. Voters can cast a ballot in-person or by mail.

Voting & Elections 11.1.2022

Nebraskans Can Call 866-OUR-VOTE Hotline for Any Issues Exercising the Right to Vote

LINCOLN, NE— Common Cause Nebraska reminds Nebraskans to use the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline, 866-OUR-VOTE, if they have any questions or encounter any challenges with casting a ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Voters can call or text the hotline to connect with volunteers standing by to help.

Voting & Elections 10.15.2022

Nebraskans Approach Upcoming Deadlines for Voter Registration

LINCOLN, NE — New voters have until Friday, Oct. 21, to submit their voter registration forms online or by mail in time for the Nov. 8 midterm election. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by Oct. 21 in order to be accepted.

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