Caitlin Ginley

Staff Writer  The Center for Public Integrity

Caitlin Ginley joined the Center in July 2007 as the University of Delaware’s 10th James R. Soles Fellow. She graduated cum laude in May 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in English and political science, concentrating in journalism. She worked for two years on the editorial staff of the university’s award-winning student newspaper, The Review, and was an intern for Delaware Today magazine and Court TV.

Underfunded, politically crippled commissions frequently do little more than slap wrists

'Good government' group wants more light to shine on lawmakers in the Sunshine State

Calls for action cite prosecutor's report and State Integrity Investigation.

State Integrity Investigation 'bolstered' calls for budget transparency.

Florida group cites State Integrity Investigation in pushing for change.

Louisiana and Mississippi make great strides in improving disclosure, but nearly half of states still fail.

State statutes promise access to information, but are riddled with exemptions.

Branstad says new enforcement body could improve Hawkeye State's grade.

Auditor resigns over governor's plan to eliminate auditing agency rated highly by State Integrity Investigation

Common Cause brief cites an Empire State F in calling for transparency.

First initiative would gives ethics panel more power.

Maine's government plans to take action after receiving a F on the State Integrity Investigation.

Legislators take aim at low grade from State Integrity Investigation with lobbying disclosure bill.

Lawmakers cite State Integrity Investigation in calling for task force, new legislation.

Palmetto State legislators react to failing grade from State Integrity Investigation.

Our State Integrity Investigation reveals corruption risks in all 50 states

U.S. spending on overseas police training has jumped nearly 2,000 percent in the past two decades

Mitch McConnell

A pro-business agenda

Senate Majority Leader Reid

May 1, 2008 Update: The House voted 358-51 yesterday to agree to the Senate's demand for a federal criminal investigation of the $10 million

In a crucial election year rife with controversies and record spending, the Federal Election Commission, missing four of its six members, la

While Republican John McCain has severed ties with two campaign advisers who lobbied for the military junta in Myanmar, connections between

In a new memoir, former White House press secretary Scott McClellan became the first Bush administration official to confirm the orchestrate

Republican John McCain, self-proclaimed champion of campaign finance reform, has a much-changed outlook on the role of the Federal Election

Traditionally, the practice of “bundling” — pooling together a large number of donations — is a common and often essential part of campaign

The McCain campaign’s links to the booze industry are no secret. The McCain family fortune comes from his wife, Cindy, who serves as chairwo

Looking for a reprieve from the political echo chamber this election season? Your best bet may be to head to the local movie theater, which,

An independent review panel found last week that the Center’s Great Lakes Danger Zones project was based on a Centers for Disease Control an

PaperTrail is going through withdrawal. Memories of once-regular characters like Fred Thompson, Chris Dodd, and the slew of other presidenti

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