Carrie Levine

Politics Reporter  The Center for Public Integrity

Carrie Levine joined the Center for Public Integrity in October 2014 as a federal politics reporter investigating the influence of money in politics. For four years before joining the Center, she worked as research director at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, where she managed a five-person staff that exposed the activities of politically active “dark money” nonprofits and uncovered instances of congressional self-dealing. Carrie previously worked as a reporter and associate editor for The National Law Journal, where she covered the inner workings of lobbying firms and lobbyists’ strategies. Carrie also previously reported for The Charlotte Observer, The Patriot Ledger of Quincy, Mass., and The Sun (Lowell, Mass.). She is a graduate of Boston University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Democratic convention committee obliterated fundraising goal

By Carrie Levine

27 numbers to know about the White House race

By Michael Beckel, Dave Levinthal and Carrie Levine

Republican host committee rakes in nearly $66 million for party convention

By Carrie Levine

Federal Election Commission questions existence of 'God'

By Carrie Levine

Democrats want reform — but court big money in the meantime

By Carrie Levine and Michael Beckel

The influence diaries: Dispatches from the Democratic National Convention

For special interests, the real party is outside the convention

By Carrie Levine and Dave Levinthal

The influence diaries: Dispatches from the Republican National Convention

Special interests look to influence political conventions — discreetly

By Carrie Levine

The next ‘Citizens United’ is coming

By Carrie Levine

Hillary Clinton crushing Donald Trump in White House cash dash

'Dark money': a pro-veteran nonprofit's political weapon

By Carrie Levine

Presidential race blows past $1 billion mark — and other numbers to know

Pro-Ted Cruz super PACs mull options for their millions

By Carrie Levine

Two very different Donalds, one White House goal

By Carrie Levine

Donald Trump's new finance guru: once a Clinton donor, Soros employee

$1 billion spent in 2016 presidential race — and other numbers to know

Pierre Omidyar gives $100,000 to new anti-Trump super PAC

By John Dunbar, Michael Beckel and Carrie Levine

Sanders, Clinton want campaign finance overhaul, but face huge obstacles

By Carrie Levine

Megadonors stricken with presidential fatigue?

By Carrie Levine

Latest numbers to know about the 2016 presidential race

By Dave Levinthal, Carrie Levine and Cady Zuvich

Ben Carson's small-dollar donors could keep yielding big money

By Carrie Levine

Numbers to know about the 2016 presidential race

By Dave Levinthal, Michael Beckel and Carrie Levine

Bush super PAC the biggest loser in ad wars

By Eleanor Bell Fox and Carrie Levine

Nice is right in Iowa caucuses

By Carrie Levine and Cady Zuvich

What's hiding in presidential campaign finance disclosures

By Dave Levinthal, Cady Zuvich and Carrie Levine

Democratic super PAC aided by secret money

By Carrie Levine

Kool & the Gang won't celebrate Republican National Convention

By Carrie Levine

Super PACs get free pass to hide donors

By Dave Levinthal and Carrie Levine

Tea party groups see win in end-of-year omnibus bill

By Michael Beckel and Carrie Levine

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