Dave Levinthal

Center for Public Integrity

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Senior political reporter at the Center for Public Integrity, which is a nonprofit investigative news group; former money and politics reporter for Politico

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Women had a major impact on the midterm elections. So did $5 billion in campaign spending.

The Voting is Over, but the Campaign Continues

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as chair of the Democratic National Committee in part because of leaked emails revealing the role of big money in this year's campaign.

Big Money Still Talks at the Conventions

Debbie Wasserman Schultz resigned as chair of the Democratic National Committee in part because of leaked emails revealing the role of big money in this year's campaign.

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Trump may be rich, but according to recent filings with the Federal Election Commission, he started this month with just a little more than $1 million in his campaign account.

Clinton’s $40 Million v. Trump’s $1 Million

Trump may be rich, but according to recent filings with the Federal Election Commission, he started this month with just a little more than $1 million in his campaign account.

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