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A little-used campaign finance rule

By Neil Gordon

527 Ad Spending Heavy in Midwestern States

By Derek Willis

GOP 527s Gaining Ground

By Derek Willis

States with senate races fuel money pipeline

By Derek Willis

Millionaires raising millions

By The Center for Public Integrity

State parties adjust to McCain-Feingold

By Derek Willis

Grand Old Parties: Special interests shower Republicans with perks and parties in the Big Apple

By Meredith O'Brien

The Republican convention: The party begins in New York City, paid for by special interests

By Meredith O'Brien

Counting the costs: Convention boosters promise a windfall that rarely materializes

By Meredith O'Brien

Spending spree: Where does the GOP spend its convention loot?

By Meredith O'Brien

Wining and dining the GOP

By Meredith O'Brien

527s attract new donors as others abandon system in wake of BCRA

By Alex Knott and Agustín Armendariz

Foreign lobbyist database could vanish

By Kevin Bogardus

Incomplete disclosure

By Derek Willis

It's their party: DNC demands boost cost of convention, paid for by special interests

By Meredith O'Brien

Spending spree: Where does the convention money go?

By Meredith O'Brien

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