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                                    Who Funded Gov. Whitmer’s Inauguration?

                                    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s transition organization voluntarily released a list of inauguration sponsors. The list included 182 groups or individuals who fell into sponsorship categories ranging from $100,000 to $1,000. Some of the groups on the list previously supported Whitmer’s opponent in the election, and many of them will be working with state government on upcoming policy decisions. read more

                                    posted on 02/11/2019

                                    Michigan’s 2018 Races For The U.S. House Attracted $80 Million, About Double The 2016 Total

                                    Thanks in part to two extremely expensive races, the primary and general election contests for Michigan’s 14 seats in the U.S. House attracted about $80 million, according to candidate fundraising disclosures, independent-spending reports by groups and an analysis of TV advertising data from Kantar Media/CMAG. The 2018 total is double what the same races attracted in 2016: $40 million. read more

                                    posted on 01/22/2019

                                    Who Funded Schuette And Whitmer’s Campaigns?

                                    Democrat Gretchen Whitmer and Republican Bill Schuette raised more than $23 million for their campaigns for governor. And disclosures show that employees of Michigan’s largest companies and some of the state’s largest interest groups helped foot the bill. read more

                                    posted on 12/12/2018

                                    Analysis: How A New Proposal On Nonprofit Groups Impacts Dark Money In Michigan Politics

                                    Introduced two days after the election in the lame duck session, Senate Bill 1176 would create a new law called the “Personal Privacy Protection Act.” The act would ban any government agency, state or local, from requiring nonprofit organizations to disclose information about their financial supporters. That includes nonprofit organizations involved in campaigns. read more

                                    posted on 11/28/2018

                                     

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