During the event, Raidt discussed issues with political division and how we can address them to create a stronger democracy.
To uphold transparency, the FEC must robustly enforce the federal straw donor ban against Tread Standard LLC.
Redboxing is an illegal practice in which campaigns publish messaging and signal to supportive super PACs what material they should use in their ads.
Dark money is secret spending in our elections conducted by wealthy special interests, and it undermines voters' right to know who is trying to influence their vote.
Dark money groups can violate the law because the two government agencies charged with enforcing the laws governing nonprofits and political activity are doing practically nothing to stop them.
CLC seeks to ensure that voters have the critical information they need to evaluate who is trying to influence their vote by suing Heritage Action directly.
Shell companies like ML Organization, LLC are often used to funnel secret money to super PACs, concealing the true contributor’s identity using an illegal tactic that erodes transparency.
The process in New York — from voters amending the constitution to a court striking down the partisan gerrymander — should provide a roadmap for other states to follow.
In an op-ed, Utahn Wendy Martin explains the need to get rid of Utah's gerrymandered congressional district maps.
The use of shell companies to hide the true sources of election spending is a growing problem that fundamentally undermines the transparency of elections.
The Supreme Court’s denial of review protects Rhode Islanders right to know who is spending big money, enabling voters to be well-informed when heading into the voting booth.
The gerrymandered map has been prevented from taking effect and the Kansas Legislature must to return to the drawing board to produce a fair map.
A court declared that the FEC failed to comply with the law and authorized CLC to sue 45Committee directly over the alleged violations.
Making a contribution through a shell company that conceals the true contributor’s identity is illegal, but special interests often use this approach to hide their spending.
In a win for political transparency, the Court has denied a petition for certiorari seeking to hear an appeal in this case.
The Maryland Court of Appeals should set the precedent that Maryland’s Declaration of Rights protects Marylanders against partisan gerrymandering.
Helen Harris, a resident of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, shares her story about how gerrymandered state legislative maps have hurt her.