PAC Track

Two federal court rulings in 2010 paved the way for the ascent of “super PACs,” political action committees that can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money on political races, as long as they don’t coordinate with a specific candidate. And so far, they’re spending heavily on the Republican race. This app, part of our long-term investigation into "dark money," keeps track of where super PACs are spending and raising their cash to influence the presidential and congressional races.

This category includes social welfare nonprofits and trade associations, which don't have to disclose their donors.

Latest Spending Top Contributors Biggest Payees Biggest Donors

All Groups
Super PAC
Dark Money
PAC, 527, Local Committee
Party affiliate
Corporation, Individual

Source: Federal Election Commission via The New York Times Campaign Finance API