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Election and Voting Guide

Campaign Finance

The FEC is an independent government agency created in 1974. It provides public disclosure of campaign finance activities and ensures compliance with campaign finance laws and regulations. This data is for candidates running for office at the Federal level and lobbyists.

A nonpartisan nonprofit, National Institute on Money in Politics promotes an accountable democracy by compiling comprehensive data on campaign -donors, lobbyists, as well as other information from government disclosure agencies nationwide. This data is for candidates running for offices at the state and federal level.

OpenSecrets.org is the website of The Center for Responsive Politics, a non-profit, nonpartisan research group based in Washington, D.C., that tracks the effects of money and lobbying on elections and public policy. The site allows users to track federal campaign contributions and lobbying by lobbying firms, individual lobbyists, industry, federal agency, and bills.

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