Origins of Campaign Contributions Harder to Trace

Monday, October 04, 2010

With just weeks until midterm elections, millions of dollars are being poured into political campaigns. But with fewer disclosure requirements since Citizens United v. FEC, few groups have disclosed the names of donors who pay for their political ads. New York Times reporter Mike McIntire talks about the difficulty he faced trying to trace the source of money an ad by the vaguely-named "Coalition to Protect Seniors."


Mike McIntire

Produced by:

Arwa Gunja

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