Source:1574Bill Allison; Michael Beckel; Russ Choma; Edwin Bender
Affiliation:Sunlight Foundation; the Center for Public Integrity; the Center for Responsive Politics; OpenSecrets.org; National Institute on Money in State Politics
More money than ever before is expected to pour into the 2016 election, from the White House on down the ballot. In a post-Citizens United world, donors have a plethora of options at their disposal to boost their preferred politicos — including the official campaign committees, the party committees, super PACs and “dark money” groups. Panelists will outline the key differences between each of these fundraising vehicles. They will also show off tools such as FEC.gov, OpenSecrets.org and other useful websites that can help you see where all this money is coming from.