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Byline: Joe Follick, Lloyd Dunkelberger
TALLAHASSEE -- Common Cause is a rare lobbying force for government reform in the halls of Congress and state capitals.
Outnumbered by politicians and lobbyists more fixated on short-term gains, the group is generally considered a voice in the wilderness howling for less special interest and partisan influence.
That's not the way Gov. Jeb Bush sees it. Bush has had much fun in the past few weeks criticizing Common Cause for not revealing its donors for a campaign to change the way Florida draws legislative districts.
Despite a small Democratic advantage among registered voters in the state, Republican …