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Candidates are working closer than ever with nominally “independent” groups like super PACs to fundraise, collaborate on messaging, and more ahead of 2016, according to a new Brennan Center analysis.
The New York State Board of Elections deadlocked at a 2-2 vote, failing to close the state's infamous LLC loophole.
Experts will be available following the State Board of Elections meeting to share information and analysis on the need to close the LLC Loophole.
After the governor and legislature failed to pass the most needed ethics reforms this spring, the Board of Elections must close a corporate loophole that allows wealthy donors to bypass campaign limits and donate millions in state elections.
Stronger action is needed than today's ethics bill to solve Albany’s crime wave of political corruption.
A new Brennan Center analysis argues that President Obama should mandate disclosure of political spending by government contractors.
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.