Rachael Marcus is a reporter with the Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit, non-partisan independent investigative news outlet, which contributes campaign finance coverage to Marketplace. For more of their reporting on money and politics go to publicintegrity.org.

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North Dakota Senate race tightens

Republican favorite in U.S. Senate race hit with nonprofit, Democratic Party ads.
Posted In: 2012 election, North Dakota, super PAC
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Realtors spend big on California race

The campaign Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., gets a $500,000 boost from the National Association of Realtors
Posted In: 2012 election, super PAC, real estate
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The summer of super PAC money

Democratic super PACs gained ground against GOP counterparts and raised big bucks in August
Posted In: Election 2012, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, super PACs
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Ad hits Obama on child soldiers

Conservative nonprofit Let Freedom Ring attacks Obama for providing military aid to countries that use child soldiers.
Posted In: 2012 election, Barack Obama, foreign aid, super PAC
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Crossroads GPS charges into House race

Crossroads GPS and American Crossroads begin $10 million ad campaign that makes them active at all levels of the national election
Posted In: super PAC, 2012 election, Karl Rove, Barack Obama
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House Dems hit by super PAC/nonprofit team

American Action Network and Congressional Leadership Fund launch ads in four states with more to come
Posted In: super PAC, 2012 election, election spending
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FreedomWorks for America releases deluge of ads

Ads target Florida, Arizona, Ohio, Indiana and Virginia
Posted In: super PAC, 2012 election, Senate
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It's tea party vs. unions in PA house race

Race draws $1.4 million in outside spending
Posted In: 2012 election, unions, super PAC, tea party
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Planned Parenthood begins $3.2 million campaign

New ad takes Romney quote out of context
Posted In: 2012 election, Planned Parenthood, Mitt Romney, super PAC
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Crossroads hits Dems with $2.5 million buy

Senate races in Nevada, Ohio and Florida continue to draw big money
Posted In: 2012 election, Karl Rove, super PAC, Barack Obama, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney

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