Data for Dark Money in the 2016 Elections

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Money is awash in politics these days, and the internet is a useful tool for making sense of the dark trail. Find out how reporters and developers can work together to create compelling packages that track the mysterious ways of campaign dollars.


Speakers

Russ Choma
Reporter, Mother Jones
Anu Narayanswamy
Data Reporter, The Washington Post
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