Dave Levinthal is senior political reporter for the Center for Public Integrity.
Levels of campaign fundraising transparency vary greatly from candidate to candidate.
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The Center for Public Integrity’s reporters crunched a lot of numbers during 2018 — a year that distinguished itself for record election spending and extreme political turbulence.
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We crunched a lot of numbers this year. Here are a few that stand out.