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Common Cause

ORGANIZATION

Founded 1970 by former HEW Secretary John W. Gardner. Citizen's lobbying group advocating government accountability and election reforms.

Official Website:
http://www.commoncause.org/

Location:
Washington, DC

Founding Date:
1970

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rocky Anderson
Politician
9-Sep-1951   Mayor of Salt Lake City, 2000-08
Derek Bok
Educator
22-Mar-1930   President of Harvard, 1971-91
Bob Carr
Politician
27-Mar-1943   Congressman from Michigan, 1975-95
Archibald Cox
Government
17-May-1912 29-May-2004 Target of Watergate Saturday Night Massacre
Anthony S. Earl
Politician
12-Apr-1936   Governor of Wisconsin, 1983-87
Bob Edgar
Politician
29-May-1943   President of Common Cause
Paul R. Ehrlich
Scientist
29-May-1932   The Population Bomb
Susan Estrich
Pundit
16-Dec-1952   Fox News liberal
Bob Filner
Politician
4-Sep-1942   Congressman, California 51st
John W. Gardner
Administrator
8-Oct-1912 16-Feb-2002 Founder of Common Cause
Peter Hoagland
Politician
17-Nov-1941 30-Oct-2007 Congressman from Nebraska, 1989-95
Jim Leach
Politician
15-Oct-1942   Congressman from Iowa, 1977-2007
Ellen Malcolm
Activist
c. 1947   Founder, EMILY's List
Chellie Pingree
Politician
2-Apr-1955   Congresswoman, Maine 1st
Brad Sherman
Politician
24-Oct-1954   Congressman, California 27th
Donald M. Stewart
Educator
1938   President of College Board, 1987-99
Richard Zimmer
Politician
16-Aug-1944   Congressman from New Jersey, 1991-97


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