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An important win in Arizona, at least for now

Common Cause and our fellow voting rights advocates are celebrating Monday’s Supreme Court’s decision in Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, while warning that more battles over voting are on the horizon. The case presented a challenge to the National Voting Registration Act of 1993, better known as the “Motor Voter Law;” the law […]

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Turning Away The Vote

Written by Sam Wercinski In America’s free market economy, no business would turn away potential customers. So why should American democracy turn away potential voters? That is exactly what’s happening in 2012 in states like Arizona. And in this election, students and Latino voters could be two of the groups hit hardest by restrictive voter […]

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Deceptive Election Practices and Voter Intimidation

The data show that blatant barriers of the past have been replaced with more subtle―but just as insidious―tactics to prevent specific blocs of voters from casting a meaningful ballot.

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Campaign Finance Board to Investigate ALEC

Minnesota is first to launch public investigation into ALEC’s activities from complaints filed across the country

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Is Reversing Citizens United a Priority?

Some voters don’t think reversing Citizens United is a big priority. In fact, they see it as a distraction from the real issues facing the country.

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