Alan Suderman

Reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Alan Suderman is a reporter for the Consider the Source project, where he focuses on the influence of money in state politics. He joined the Center 2013 after covering Washington, D.C., local government for the Washington City Paper. He worked previously for The Associated Press, The Juneau Empire and The Washington Examiner. He earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.    

An effort to impose stricter rules on Texas oil and gas operators in 2011 fizzled after the state legislature got involved.

National unions, business groups focused on states in 2012 elections with unions gaining the edge, new analysis shows.

New York City businessman pleads guilty for work done in 2008 to support Hillary Clinton.

PAC paid for poll that helped mayor, conversations involved new DNC spokesman.

Republican Governors Association got cash from embattled donor to Bob McDonnell.

IMPACT: D.C. man's donations to Delaware governor, Atlanta mayor given to charity following Center story.

Clinton's 2008 campaign received $50,000 from "assembly line of illegal campaign contributions."

Nearly $12 million spent by super PACs and nonprofits in 2012-13 state supreme court races.

In 30 states it’s impossible to total how much money outside groups are spending on campaigns.