At the heart of our work lies the need for a transparent government and an informed and engaged citizenry. 

In 1951: WCC fought political corruption by supporting a bill that required public employees to keep complete financial records for six years. 

Today: WCC advocates for legislation that promotes transparency at all levels of government and to strengthen ethics laws. WCC also works to increase access to voter registration, improve the voting process and participates in volunteer projects to increase the number of registered voters.