· Public Campaign
The national leader and advocate for Clean Money Campaign Finance Reform.
Its work and research has led to the building of a state by state movement
for Clean Money campaign reform.
· National Voting Rights Institute (www.nvri.org)
A non-profit legal organization that seeks to advance campaign finance reforms
through the courts. NVRI helped to file suit in North Carolina in October
2000 for a historic lawsuit against the state for sanctioning a campaign
system where money is a prerequisite to competing.
· Center for Responsive Politics (www.opensecrets.org)
Your guide to who's giving and who's getting in Federal Election campaigns
- wonderful to search industry giving on a state by state as well as national
level. Excellent website for researching who's giving and who's getting
in politics today.
· FECinfo.com (www.fecinfo.com)
The best on-line electronic library of political money in Federal elections
- you can search the huge database of Federal Elections Commission campaign
· The National Institute on Money in State
A nonpartisan, nonprofit program dedicated to accurate, comprehensive
and unbiased documentation and research on campaign finance at the state
· Alliance for Better Campaigns (www.bettercampaigns.org)
A nonprofit, nonpartisan public interest group that seeks to improve the
discourse of elections by encouraging broadcasters to cover campaigns
beyond sound bites and attack ads.
· Common Cause (www.commoncause.org)
Citizens' lobbying group which tracks the influence of money in congressional
and presidential politics and advocates various campaign finance reforms.
· League of Women Voters Education Fund
National organization works to encourage the informed and active participation
of citizens in government and increase understanding of major policy issues.
· New Politics Project (www.ncl.org/ncl/npp.htm)
A National Civic League project that studies and promotes innovative political
reforms implemented across the country at the state and local level.
· NAACP (www.naacp.org)
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, is one
of the oldest and largest civil rights organization in the United States.
The principal objective of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational,
social and economic equality of minority group citizens of the United
· Public Citizen (www.citizen.org)
The Ralph Nader-founded consumer group monitors Congress and lobbies on
a range of consumer, health, safety, and good government issues -- including
· U.S. Public Interest Research Group (www.pirg.org)
National advocacy office for the state PIRGs, non-partisan research and
advocacy groups promoting reforms and tracking money in politics at the