DATA SETS AND CALCULATORS

How politically diverse is your neighborhood? Enter your address to see the political party of the thousand voters closest to you.

Database includes campaign finance data for nine states: Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin. You can search all state-level candidates, political action committees (PACs) that are active in that state, and the donors that support them. Texas is our first state to also include lobbying data.

State-level politicians include your governor, state attorney general, and legislators who serve in your state House of Representatives and state Senate. If they serve in your state capitol, you’ll find detailed data on their contributions and expenditures here. You won’t yet find federal candidates, which include the president, members of the U.S. Congress, and most politicians working in Washington, D.C. We look forward to adding federal data soon.  You can see big-picture data, like the top 10 donors in your state this election cycle or total contributions and expenditures by party. You can also find detailed transaction history for a single person or organization.

Independent, nonpartisan coverage of election integrity. Votebeat is a pop-up nonprofit newsroom covering local election administration and voting in eight states, including Texas, created by Chalkbeat.

The Princeton Gerrymandering Project does nonpartisan analysis to understand and eliminate partisan gerrymandering at a state-by-state level.  The Project is currently building a national precinct-by-precinct dataset as well.