How to be a Colorado campaign finance watchdog
Colorado Ethics Watch has opened up its bag of tricks to teach the public how to review Colorado campaign finance documents.
Few organizations bust as many Colorado politicians for campaign-finance violations as Colorado Ethics Watch. These attorneys who make politicians tremble have decided to teach the public how to research campaign finance records.
Now you can figure out: Who’s paying for campaigns? Who’s spending money on political ads? Just how much is being spent? Which races have limits and which don’t?
Check out these easy-to-use how-to guides below. Happy digging!
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