Firm With Deep Ties to Facebook’s Election Integrity Partners Busted for Meddling in Latin America Elections
Employees scrubbed from the D.C. firm's website after it was caught running social media disinformation networks in Latin America have deep and long-standing ties to groups employed by Facebook to defend global election integrity.
The bills McConnell is blocking would subject the voting machine vendors to new cybersecurity regulations and could reduce their overall sales to states.
The DCCC has blacklisted vendors that work with progressive challengers, but it continues to pay those whose corporate clients work to block policies like net neutrality and Medicare for All.
As House Democrats call in witnesses to answer the questions raised by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia report, Federal Election Commission officials should be at the top of their list.Opinion
The report exposed vulnerabilities in our campaign finance system that extend far beyond Russia.Opinion
In a Sludge exclusive, Data for Progress’ new report shows a big advantage for advertisers backing Republicans.
Since sexual assault allegations surfaced against Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court, Facebook ads opposing Kavanaugh’s vastly outnumbered ads in favor of his nomination.