Traditionally, school board candidates spend $1,000 or less. But one political action committee is spending about 20 times that per race.
Local organizing over national ads and more focus on mail-in voting are some of the takeaways from the recent election.
Nearly $14 billion will be spent by the parties and campaigns this year, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That’s more than double what was spent in 2016.
In the final run-up to Election Day, campaigns, parties and outside groups are rushing to spend unprecedented cash on hand.
Most voters have already decided whom they want for president, experts say. Will undecideds vote at all?
The research shows what you might expect: donor want to back a winner
Outside campaign spending is at $4.5 billion since the Supreme Court case.
A unprecedented amount of money is being spent to influence the 2020 election. And it keeps getting harder to figure out where it's all coming from.
They say their state is now a 2020 campaign battleground.
With more and more people donating to campaigns online, there’s more competition for who gets a slice of the fees attached to those donations.