Kytja Weir

Project Manager  The Center for Public Integrity

Kytja Weir joined the Center in 2013, where she is project manager and reporter for the Consider the Source state politics team. For four years before joining the Center, she was a local news reporter for The Washington Examiner. Her work there investigating safety and management problems in the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority earned honors from the D.C. Society of Professional Journalists and the Maryland/Delaware/D.C. Press Association. She previously wrote for The Charlotte Observer and The Boston Globe. Weir received a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and earned a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

National donors pick winners in state elections

By Ben Wieder, Kytja Weir, Reity O'Brien and Rachel Baye

Nearly 100,000 negative ads helped turn tide in Florida elections

By Michael Beckel, Reity O'Brien and Kytja Weir

Money talks: Key dollar amounts behind the TV ad wars in state elections

By Rachel Baye and Kytja Weir

12 things to know about who’s trying to influence your vote in 2014

By Ben Wieder, Kytja Weir, Reity O'Brien and Rachel Baye

Non-candidate spending increases in state elections

By Rachel Baye, Reity O'Brien, Kytja Weir and Ben Wieder

Who’s trying to influence your vote?

By Chris Zubak-Skees, Kytja Weir and Dave Levinthal

Case reopened after Center reveals judge's conflict of interest

By Kytja Weir

Information on judges' disclosures often blacked out

By Reity O'Brien, Kytja Weir and Chris Young

Federal judges plead guilty

By Reity O'Brien, Kytja Weir and Chris Young

Montana judges to disclose financial ties after Center report

By Kytja Weir

N.M. bill aims to put judge disclosures back online

By Kytja Weir

Montana proposes reforms after earning 'F' for judicial disclosure

By Kytja Weir

State judges: We don't need no stinkin' disclosure

By John Dunbar, Reity O'Brien, Kytja Weir and Chris Young

Pages