Marianne Holt

The Center for Public Integrity

In Congressional races, money talked all the way to the voting booth

By Kathryn Wallace and Marianne Holt

Hired hands grab chance to skirt '527' disclosure law

By Kathryn Wallace and Marianne Holt

Here are the groups targeted by 'no-soft-money' pledge in New York race

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Legal challenge seeks to bring down new campaign finance law

By Kathryn Wallace and Marianne Holt

IRS seeks to clarify new campaign finance disclosure law

By Kathryn Wallace and Marianne Holt

Undisclosed soft money to pay for GOP perks; 21 on Hill seek change

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Interests behind 527 groups seeking ways around new law

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Congress passes campaign finance reform

By Marianne Holt

Congress sifts competing measures on campaign finance reform

By Marianne Holt

Joint fund-raising committees: One-stop shopping for donors

By Marianne Holt

N.J. candidates discover '527' cash cow

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Why Mitch wants Rudy's money

By Marianne Holt and Nathaniel Heller

The heat is on

Group to spend $10 million against candidates not hawkish on free market

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Loophole allows donors to give without leaving a trace

By Marianne Holt and Kathryn Wallace

Party machines, lobbyists and special interests: Part five

Party machines, lobbyists and special interests: Part three

Party machines, lobbyists and special interests: Part four

Party machines, lobbyists and special interests: Part two

Party machines, lobbyists and special interests: Part one

Federal elections panel too swamped to check campaign finance abuses

By Marianne Holt