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Campaign Finance/Election Reform
- Brookings Institution Campaign Finance
A think tank site with extensive information: analysis and news, and also the source of essential cases, legal and policy materials on campaign finance.
- Campaign Finance Institute
The Campaign Finance Institute is a non-partisan, non-profit think tank that conducts objective, peer-reviewed research and education, empanels task forces and makes recommendations for policy change in the field of campaign finance. Separate sections provide coverage of the president, Congress, interest groups, and parties.
- Center for Responsive Politics; opensecrets.org, “the most comprehensive resource for federal campaign contributions, lobbying data and analysis available anywhere.”
electionline.org, produced by the University of Richmond with support from The Pew Charitable Trusts, is “the nation’s only nonpartisan, non-advocacy clearinghouse for election reform news and information”.
- MapLight U.S. Congress: Revealing Money's Influence on Politics
MapLight connects data on campaign contributions, politicians, votes, industries, companies, and more to show patterns of influence that could never be seen before.
- U.S. Federal Election Commission
View or download financial disclosure reports filed electronically by House and Presidential campaigns, parties and PACs, and see graphical presentations of expenditures. See the thorough resources on statutes, regulations, advisory opinions and litigation on campaign finance at the Law and Regulations page; also extensive information at the Campaign Finance Disclosure Portal and the Campaign Finance Reports and Data page.