The Brennan Center submitted testimony to the New Jersey Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee in support of S.1500, legislation that would close significant loopholes in the state's campaign finance laws and prevent circumvention of existing anti-corruption laws and disclosure rules.
Pleadings in key redistricting cases before the courts in Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The Brennan Center analyzed the role of New York’s wealthiest donors in the state’s campaign finance system, using data from the National Institute of Money in Politics, the Federal Election Commission and the Campaign Finance Institute.
Every ten years, states redraw their congressional and state district lines. Each state determines for itself, usually detailed in the state constitution, who will draw district lines for state legislators and Congress members.