Political MoneyLine is the essential tool for understanding the flow of money through politics. We're especially proud to announce that campaign finance experts Kent Cooper and Tony Raymond have returned to spearhead Political MoneyLine moving forward.
Here are just a few of the additional features coming to Political MoneyLine in April.
A searchable database of reported contributions to previous national party conventions, including dates and amounts of corporate and association donations.
Daily updating of listings and images of candidate and PAC reports electronically filed with the FEC.
A new tool to select and compare several PACs by viewing their financial activity side-by-side.
Search the PACs of publically traded companies by stock ticker symbol.
Custom email alerts for candidates or committees of new electronic campaign finance filings, with immediate summary numbers and detailed breakdowns.
The features listed above are just a few of the changes coming to Political MoneyLine in April. We're hosting two live events on April 11, 2012 to show off all the new functionality and features of Political MoneyLine in time for use in analyzing the April 15th quarterly campaign finance reports from your candidates and their opponents; as well as the 2012 first quarter campaign finance and lobbying reports from your organization and those organizations that might be opposing your goals.