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Political MoneyLine

Political MoneyLine
Political Moneyline a source of comprehensive, timely and objective campaign finance and lobbying information meant  help analyze the flow of money through the political system by providing campaign donation and expenditure data from to the 1979-80 election cycle through the most recent filings. Features of this service include: daily news briefs, financial profiles of presidential, House and Senate candidates; all political action committees (PACs); Super PACs; national, state and local party committees; non-profit 527 groups; and registered lobbying firms, information on individual’s contributions to federal candidates, parties, PACs, and Super PAC, information on PAC’s contributions to candidates, including a breakdown by members of Congress sitting on specific standing committees of Congress and facts and figures on thousands of registered lobbyists, including their clients, their spending, and the issues they cover.

 


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