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Two members of New York City Councilwoman Debi Rose’s 2009 election campaign were indicted on criminal charges brought by a special prosecutor.
Political opportunity framework would reform the flow of money into politics, revitalize democracy, engage the public, and create policy proposals that are both effective and achievable.
Missouri's new proposed legislation, the Missouri Anti-Corruption Act, has the chance to empower Missouri voters and reduce the influence of special interests.
Group urges lawmakers to seize opportunity to restore the public's faith in state government.
A new report examines the 2010 Citizens United ruling and its effects on campaign spending.
A new report reveals the impact the Citizens United decision had on campaign finance and details key trends in spending.
Congressional negotiators reached a deal that will increase the maximum legal contribution an individual can give to all three national party committees.
The Brennan Center's new post-election analysis reveals that winning candidates in 2014’s competitive Senate races were overwhelmingly backed by “dark money” groups.
Yesterday’s midterm election was the first time voters experienced the full impact of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decisions on voting protections and campaign finance laws.
Nonparty outside spending and dark money reached new highs in this year's midterm election.