Funds meant for 'social welfare' spent on politics

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Four social welfare nonprofits spent some of the grants they received — which were prohibited from being used on political campaigning — on just that. The groups' assets are not shown but were accounted for in the Center for Public Integrity’s analysis of the spending. Hover over or tap on the groups to see the money spent and received.

Sources: Internal Revenue Service tax returns, Federal Election Commission filings and Center for Responsive Politics research