Money in Politics

Dark Money & Super PACs

Since the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision opened the floodgates to unlimited election spending, big-money groups like super PACs and dark money organizations have had an alarming and growing influence. These groups routinely flout anti-corruption laws designed to prevent them from coordinating with candidates. All the while, secretive dark money groups — and even some super PACs — keep their donors hidden, preventing the public from knowing who is trying to curry favor with candidates through their big-money spending. Such secretive groups may even be conduits for foreigners trying to illegally influence U.S. elections.

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