Aaron Mehta

The Center for Public Integrity

Aaron Mehta joined the Center in the summer of 2008. He primarily covers Money and Politics and National Security, but has also done stories touching on finance and the environment. A Boston area native, Mehta graduated from Tufts University in 2007. His stories have been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, POLITICO, ABC News and other publications. He was a Paul Miller Reporting Fellow. Mehta left the Center in 2012.

41 bundlers round up $500,000 each for Obama's re-election

Amid widespread dependence, even those who hate handouts benefit from them

Some senators supported disaster aid before they voted against it

Outside groups influence special elections in Nevada and New York with $1.65 million

Rick Perry will rely on super PACs to raise big-dollar donations

James Clyburn, a reliably loyal liberal named to Super Congress

Chris Van Hollen, loyal opposition on Paul Ryan's budget committee

Toomey opposed post-2008 crash programs as biggest bailouts since Depression