Tracking the 'Dark Money'

A recent analysis by the Center for Responsive Politics shows that the 2014 election cycle is on pace to potentially be the biggest year for political contributions of so-called “Dark Money”— contributions to groups such as 501(c)(4)s, which are not required to disclose who their donors are.

Though “dark money” is still a relatively small portion of overall campaign contribution spending, it has increased in recent cycles. Scroll through these charts to see some of the Center’s findings:

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