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NY POST: Exclusive–Obama Campaign Fails To Screen For Foreign Web Donations

Chris Walker, a British citizen who lives outside London, told The Post he was able to make two $5 donations to President Obama’s campaign this month through its Web site while a similar attempt to give Mitt Romney cash was rejected. It is illegal to knowingly solicit or accept money from foreign citizens. To read […]

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ABC News: Group Warns of Foreign, Fraudulent Online Donors

In a 109-page report published at a new website CampaignFundingRisks.com, the Government Accountability Institute alleges the current online campaign contribution system lacks accountability and transparency, making it highly susceptible to foreign and fraudulent gifts. To read the full ABC News story, click here.    

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DAILY BEAST: The Illegal-Donor Loophole

Veteran Newsweek reporter Peter Boyer and GAI President Peter Schweizer report on the giant gap in our campaign-finance system that makes foreign and fraudulent donations possible.   Click here to read the Daily Beast article.    

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GAI Response to Obama Campaign

For GAI’s response to the Obama campaign’s statement on our America The Vulnerable report, click here.        

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GAI Announces New Report And Website

The Government Accountability Institute is pleased to announce the creation of CampaignFundingRisks.com and the release of its new report on Internet campaign fundraising.   Please visit: www.CampaignFundingRisks.com to download the report.      

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The Illegal Donor Loophole

There has been no shortage of media attention paid to the role of money in the current presidential contest. Super PACs, bundlers, 527s, and mega-donors have attracted abundant notice. But there has been surprisingly little focus on perhaps the most secretive and influential financial force in politics today: the wide-open coffers of the Internet. With […]

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Daily Beast: JP Morgan’s Food Stamp Empire

An investigation by the Government Accountability Institute revealed that JP Morgan has made at least $560,492,596 since 2004 from processing Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards for the food stamp program. Click here to read GAI President Peter Schweizer’s feature article on the Daily Beast.        

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DAILY BEAST: GAI Uncovers 34 Of Mitt Romney’s Bundlers

Governor Mitt Romney has refused to reveal the names of his campaign bundlers. But an investigation by the Government Accountability Institute uncovered the names of 34 of Gov. Romney’s top fundraisers.     Find out more by visiting the interactive feature on the Daily Beast.    

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GAI Report: Profits From Poverty: How Food Stamps Benefit Corporations

The Government Accountability Institute is proud to announce the publication of its new investigation, Profits From Poverty: How Food Stamps Benefit Corporations. To Download the Full Report, Click Here.        

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Daily Beast: Meet The Bundlers

The Government Accountability Institute investigates the top 50 bundlers for President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney.   Click here for the first installment.      

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