Leaked Emails Reveal How Dataminr Was Pitched To Foreign Governments


January 19, 2017 --
 Leaked emails shed light on the largely unregulated world of international lobbying in Washington, where “strategic advisors,” “consultants” and lawyers use their U.S. government experience to benefit clients and themselves, while avoiding public scrutiny both at home and overseas.

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MapLight California reveals campaign contributions to state-level candidates, ballot measures, and recipient committees as well as independent expenditures affecting state-level candidates and ballot measures. This data can be quickly and easily browsed using MapLight's California Power Search, a contributions search tool developed in partnership with the California Secretary of State, or Maplight's California Independent Expenditures Search. Both tools utilize the California Secretary of State's raw bulk data download, displaying contributions and independent expenditures from 2001 through the present.

Our site also includes contributions made to Assemblymembers and Senators in the California State Legislature between Jan. 1, 2003 and Dec. 31, 2012 to legislators who have served in the 2009-2010, 2011-2012, 2013-2014, and 2015-2016 sessions. This data is obtained from the National Institute on Money in State Politics (NIMSP). Using this data, we show how much interest groups like gas and electric utilities and attorneys and law firms contribute to your representatives in Sacramento. More details...