WHY WE INVESTED
Partisan gridlock has slowed campaign finance and election policy reform at the federal level — Common Cause Education Fund is committed to building bipartisan coalitions at the state and local levels to help make headway on these issues. At the national level, they are a key player in shaping conversations around voting. Leveraging their state offices and national membership, they continue to build local coalitions around many of the reforms that the Democracy Fund believes can strengthen our democracy.
Previous grants include 2016: up to $350,000 over one year, 2015: up to $350,000 over one year, and 2014: up to $250,000 over one year.
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