Coalition for Good Governance is a small, volunteer-run, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization focused on election transparency and verifiability, frequently using litigation as the vehicle to protect voters’ rights to fair elections.
The nation’s voters and leaders have finally begun to recognize the fundamental importance of securing our elections against intrusions by malicious actors, whether from foreign nation states or around the corner. Coalition for Good Governance’s resources are currently devoted almost exclusively to public policy litigation to protect voter privacy and enhance election security.
We have filed a lawsuit (Curling v. Kemp) in federal court (Northern District of Georgia) against Georgia’s use of an unverifiable paperless touchscreen system. The Georgia legislature ended its session March 30, 2018, without taking action to mandate paper ballots to secure the state’s elections. The case was re-opened on March 30, 2018. The Honorable Amy Totenberg is presiding.
Undertaking a lawsuit against the state of Georgia is both expensive and a long-term project. Please support our efforts in funding litigation costs such as attorneys’ fees and expenses, expert witnesses’ expenses, and depositions. Please consider a monthly donation so that we may continue the righteous battle for secure elections.
Marilyn R. Marks, Executive Director Coalition for Good Governance 7035 Marching Duck Dr. E504 Charlotte, NC 28210 (704) 552 1618 Marilyn@USCGG.org