July 21, 2015 •
Ohio Gov. John Kasich announced his candidacy for president this morning in Columbus at the Ohio Union on Ohio State University’s campus. “I am here to ask you for your prayers, for your support, for your efforts because I have […]
Ohio Gov. John Kasich announced his candidacy for president this morning in Columbus at the Ohio Union on Ohio State University’s campus. “I am here to ask you for your prayers, for your support, for your efforts because I have decided to run for president of the United States,” Kasich stated.
His speech also included the importance of policy, increasing national security spending, shaping future generations, and bringing back the American Dream. He is the sixteenth Republican candidate to join the race.
January 27, 2012 •
“Campaign finance information is now available via easy to use maps of the USA for both Presidential and House and Senate elections through the most recent reporting period.”
Our Highlighted Site of the Week is the Federal Election Commission’s 2012 Campaign Finance Maps page. You can play with interactive maps of the states for information about the 2012 Presidential Candidates, or the House and Senate elections.
With just a mouse-over you can view the amount of contributions by state, and with just a bit more work you can search the amount received by each candidate, and the amount given by a donor’s name.
For the presidential races, you can drill down in each state for data down to the zip code level. For the candidates in the congressional elections, you can view the campaign finance information by the congressional district of each state.
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