Our new investigation found that Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign used a shell company to pay ad buyers in an alleged illegal coordination scheme with the NRA while America First’s pro-Trump super PAC and “dark money” 501(c)(4) nonprofits paid the same individuals for “pro-Trump agenda” ads. Check it out on OpenSecrets: Trump 2020 campaign used a shell … More Trump 2020 campaign used a shell company to pay ad buyers at the center of alleged illegal coordination scheme with NRA
My first news article back at the Center for Responsive politics is about ad campaigns announced by both liberal and conservative “dark money” groups spending on Trump’s pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on SCOTUS. Check it out on OpenSecrets: Kennedy’s resignation sparks millions in conservative, liberal ad campaigns
This is an article I co-authored on the latest project I’ve working on at the Center for Responsive Politics: In Oklahoma, a dark money group tried to get the state’s GOP House speaker, T.W. Shannon, elected to the U.S. Senate in 2014. Though it claimed to be a social welfare nonprofit, Oklahomans for a Conservative Future … More A Dark Money IOU
My piece for the Center for Responsive Politics‘ OpensSecrets blog: Could criminal complaints be a new way to tackle dark money?
TIME cross-posted an article about a project to which I contributed research for the Center for Responsive Politics‘ OpenSecrets blog: How Carly Fiorina’s Super PAC Mirrors Her Campaign
An article about a project to which I contributed research for the Center for Responsive Politics‘ OpensSecrets blog: Political nonprofit spent nearly 100 percent of funds to elect Tillis in ’14 The Center for Responsive Politics’ op-ed in the New York Times has more about how the case of Carolina Rising challenges the IRS and the FEC to … More Political nonprofit spent nearly 100 percent of funds to elect Tillis in ’14