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How politicians use nonprofits to cloak spending after election day.
The Center testified before the Ways and Means Committee of the Maryland House of Delegates in support of the Online Electioneering Transparency and Accountability Act.
The Brennan Center commends the sponsors of the Washington State DISCLOSE Act of 2018 for their efforts to increase transparency in state election spending.
The Brennan Center wrote to West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner to defend the constitutionality of a state law requiring those who make electoral communications to identify themselves when doing so.
Marked by conflicts of interest and ethical lapses, the first year of the Trump presidency has fueled debates about our system of federal ethics in Washington and across the nation.