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Monday, 7 January 2013, 9:36 pm

TESTIMONY OF BRIAN PAUL, RESEARCH AND POLICY COORDINATOR, COMMON CAUSE/NY BEFORE THE NYC DISTRICTING COMMISSION, JANUARY 7TH MANHATTAN

TESTIMONY OF BRIAN PAUL, RESEARCH AND POLICY COORDINATOR, COMMON CAUSE/NY BEFORE THE NYC DISTRICTING COMMISSION,  JANUARY 7TH MANHATTAN My name is Brian Paul and I’m the Research and Policy Coordinator at Common Cause/NY, a nonpartisan citizens’ lobby and a leading force in the battle for honest and accountable government.  Thank you for the opportunity to [...]

Tuesday, 4 December 2012, 8:00 pm

Common Cause/NY Statement in Response to Districting Commission’s Decision to Revise Maps

In response to the Districting Commission’s decision to revise the draft plan for New York City, Common Cause/NY Executive Director, Susan Lerner released the following statement: “The Districting Commission must make comprehensive changes to the problem areas of the entire map, taking into account public input and other criticism, to produce a better plan for [...]

Wednesday, 21 November 2012, 7:22 pm

Common Cause/NY Statement on Vito Lopez and NYC Redistricting Plan

In response to news reports that the Districting Commission made eleventh hour changes to the proposed map for New York City Council regarding Vito Lopez, Common Cause/NY released the following statement: “The fact that the Districting Commission has gone out of its way to accommodate Vito Lopez is bad enough, but even worse considering the [...]

Tuesday, 20 November 2012, 7:20 pm

Common Cause/NY Statement on NYC Proposed Redistricting Maps

On November 15th, the Districting Commission released its revised proposed map for the 2013 redistricting of the New York City Council. Although the maps for Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island represent a reasonable proposal based on Charter criteria and population statistics, the plan for Upper Manhattan and the South Bronx continues to be problematic.There are [...]

Thursday, 4 October 2012, 5:45 pm

TESTIMONY OF BRIAN PAUL, RESEARCH AND POLICY COORDINATOR, COMMON CAUSE/NY BEFORE THE NYC DISTRICTING COMMISSION

TESTIMONY OF BRIAN PAUL, RESEARCH AND POLICY COORDINATOR, COMMON CAUSE/NY BEFORE THE NYC DISTRICTING COMMISSION OCTOBER 4, 2012, MANHATTAN My name is Brian Paul and I’m the Research and Policy Coordinator at Common Cause/NY, a nonpartisan citizens’ lobby and a leading force in the battle for honest and accountable government.  Thank you for the opportunity [...]

Monday, 23 April 2012, 3:00 pm

Common Cause/NY Files Challenge to 63rd Senate District

Common Cause/NY Files Challenge to 63rd Senate District Gibson Dunn Will Lead Effort In Court Common Cause/NY, an outspoken advocate for redistricting reform, filed a “Friend of the Court” brief to challenge a public law to expand the size of the New York State Senate. The filing was made this morning by the international law [...]

Tuesday, 20 March 2012, 6:02 pm

NEW YORK STATE’S NEW CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS

The Court’s independent, transparent, non-partisan process produces a map that closely resembles the Common Cause Reform Plan and is a win for the public interest. Against all odds, New Yorkers are set to benefit from an independent, non-partisan Congressional redistricting plan. In an outcome that no one would have predicted at this time last year, [...]

Monday, 12 March 2012, 3:00 pm

Common Cause Calls Proposed Constitutional Amendment “Unacceptable”

The proposed Constitutional Amendment is a far cry from independent redistricting, with final approval of the maps squarely in the hands of the legislature. This is not reform let alone even an improvement. This is change for change’s sake. The so called “independent commission” is not independent at all, but rather a proxy for the [...]

Tuesday, 6 March 2012, 3:00 pm

Common Cause/NY Statement on Special Master Mann’s Proposed Congressional Map

Common Cause/NY Statement on Special Master Mann’s Proposed Congressional Map “Common Cause/NY is pleased to see that the Special Master included many of our suggestions to accomplish in days what the Legislature could not do in months: produce a fair map which prioritizes communities of interest and reflects the regional make-up of New York State. [...]

Monday, 5 March 2012, 3:00 pm

Common Cause/NY Urges Court to Reject Incumbency Protection as a Factor in Redistricting

Common Cause/NY Urges Court to Reject Incumbency Protection as a Factor in Redistricting Issues amicus letter to United States Magistrate Judge and Special Master Common Cause/NY submitted an amicus letter to the Honorable Roanne Mann, United States Magistrate Judge and Special Master, regarding criteria to consider in the redistricting process. Common Cause/NY is represented by [...]