With control of the Senate at stake during this year’s midterm elections, outside spending is soaring in the most competitive races. This report identifies troubling trends on the powerful role anonymous money is playing in this year's elections.
In comments submitted to the New York State Board of Elections, the Brennan Center for Justice urged modifications to a rule relating to the disclosure of independent expenditures in New York State elections.
Several patterns have emerged in the 2014 election season’s high-dollar competitive primaries. This analysis looks at Tea Party fundraising, candidate-specific super PACs, self-financed candidates, and more.