When you get to the moneyline page click “donor search”, when you get to the next link click “search by zip code”.

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NOTE – Generally all of these sites (and many others) are identified in the “Links” page on calvoter.org. PROMPT – Campaign Finance Detective Work! This Discussion will be a little different from previous ones. I want you to spend the time understanding and appreciating the campaign finance resources available to common citizens. Campaign finance laws were largely a response to the Watergate Scandal at the federal level in the early 1970s. Since then, laws were passed at the federal level and in California that have placed limits on “hard” money contributions to campaigns andhave banned “soft” money (at the federal level). Hard money is money given directly to a particular candidate and Soft money is money that is given forgeneral “good government” activities, e.g. party building, get out the vote, etc. ======================= FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS EXACTLY. https://politicalmoneyline.com/ Make sure you’re redirected to the actual webcite…there will be photos of Pelosi, Hoyer, etc. Google or paste the link above. When you get to the MoneyLine page click “Donor Search”, when you get to the next link click “search by zip code”. Enter your zip code in the “Find Donors by Zip” box (or any other zip code, e.g. 90210?). Finally click “search by selected cycles”. You can also change the year if you want to look for past donations. Scroll down the page to check the donors, who they donated to and the amounts. Use the zip code :95828 Play detective here and see if you know anyone in your area that gave money! —————————- http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Lobbying/ Copy and paste or open the URL above in your browser window. Check out the Lobbyist Activity link, then click the Individual Lobbyist, Lobbyist Employers, etc links and see their list of clients and who pays them the most money. ================= California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) – paste the URL below in your browser http://www.fppc.ca.gov/transparency/top-contributors.html Review the “top 10” contributor lists and post your thoughts

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