A round up of what we’re seeing in online disclosures: American Crossroads reports ad buys against Sen. Michael Bennet ...Continue reading
Crossroads Media has a slew of conservative leaning political organizations as their clients spending millions in the run up to mid-term elections on ad buys. The company has processed more than $10.6 million worth of ad placements this election ...Continue reading
This is technically what members of the House are supposed to be, right? Advocates for the interests and people of ...Continue reading
Politico has an excellent round-up of the many Silicon Valley executives who orbit around the White House giving advice on ...Continue reading
by Sunlight Foundation policy intern Melanie Buck The role technology can play in streamlining the declassification process was the topic ...Continue reading
A round up of what we're seeing in online disclosures: Tops: National Republican Congressional Committee ($13,979,025) and ...Continue reading
This morning The Hill newspaper reports that K street is “scouring the ranks of lawmakers facing tough reelection races or ...Continue reading
House Democrats have contributed nearly $40 million to the congressional campaign committee tasked with protecting the party's majority in ... Continue reading
In the past six days--Wednesday through today--outside groups have spent more than $13 million to influence the mid-term congressional elections, including broadcast ads, robo-calls, get out the vote campaigns and mailings.
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The National Republican Congressional Committee reported spending more than $800,000 on one day, Friday Oct. 1, in opposition to 30 Democrats. The NRCC has spent almost $13.7 million in independent expenditures to oppose Democrats so far this election ...Continue reading