We looked inside some of the tweets by @OpenSecretsDC and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Use the advanced donor lookup tool to uncover all itemized federal political contributions going back to 1989 http://crp.org/d003r
A closer look at the team behind the ‘dark money’ group fighting T-Mobile's merger with Sprint http://crp.org/tmsm
In 21 different 2018 races, PACs switched their giving from a losing incumbent to a winning challenger in order to gain favor in the 116th Congress
Another 2020 contender? Montana Governor and campaign-finance transparency advocate @GovernorBullock seems to be testing the waters.
Ads by outside groups supporting the reelection of @realDonaldTrump have already hit the air waves in a big way
Major Dem megadonor Jim Chanos plans to back @JoeBiden in 2020 - if he decides to run
Hoping to get an African American candidate on the Democratic ticket in 2020, "Collective PAC" hopes to raise between $12 million and $15 million to support that goal.
With a series of shutdown themed ads, one liberal super PAC made it clear which GOP Senators will be major targets come 2020
Bill Weld's entry adds yet another competitor to the 2020 Presidential race - but this time on the Republican side
There are few countries that have a comparable level of influence activity to Israel.
That #DarkMoney group attempting to label the T-Mobile / Sprint merger as a national security threat is linked to a lobbyist for some of T-Mobile’s top competitors. http://crp.org/tmsm by @KarlEvers1 and @annalecta
Instead of announcing for president and asking everyone for donations, Biden has been doing campaign style events where he can personally collect $150,000
Democrats are taking another crack at reversing a Trump administration rule that keeps #DarkMoney donors secret from the IRS
#AZSen - outside groups are already rolling out ads supporting a 2020 Senate bid by Arizona Rep @RubenGallego https://www.politico.com/story/2019/02/13/ruben-gallego-arizona-draft-2020-1167359 … 9
When their candidate of choice loses, some PACs have no choice but to support the other guy http://crp.org/pacss18