The report exposed vulnerabilities in our campaign finance system that extend far beyond Russia.
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Sludge is tracking the 2020 presidential candidates’ money-in-politics promises.
Swearing off corporate PAC money is "mostly symbolic," says one campaign finance expert.
Through think tanks, academia, and its own public education website, the Independent Petroleum Association of America is intertwined with many of the largest oil and gas companies in the world.
More than 20 philanthropists, foundations, and donor-advised fund providers launched their “Hate Is Not Charitable” campaign on March 20.
The National Christian Foundation passed along $56 million from anonymous individuals to nearly two dozen anti-LGBT and anti-Muslim hate groups over the last three years on record.
Two of Charles Koch’s foundations gave the Daily Caller News Foundation nearly $1 million in 2017, close to 40 percent of its annual revenue.
Several top Republican Senate candidates used their personal wealth to exceed donation limits in 2018
Four giant donor-advised funds gave the hate group Clarion Project $4.4 million from mid-2014 through 2017.
The center's director has ties to neo-Confederate figures.