Questioning state campaign finance data

Questioning state campaign finance data

Since 2000, state-level political committees in Indiana have taken in nearly $1 billion in contributions to run campaigns and influence…

Questioning state campaign finance data
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Questioning state campaign finance data

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Since 2000, state-level political committees in Indiana have taken in nearly $1 billion in contributions to run campaigns and influence elections. A new reporting project by student journalists in The Media School at Indiana University raises questions about the quality of official data and the state’s enforcement of rules and statutory limitations. Students working under […]

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