Transparency and Minnesota Public Affairs
The Transparency and Minnesota Public Affairs project improves awareness of how the state’s democratic process works. Reports on spending in state and congressional races based on Minnesota and federal disclosures were issued in October 2018 and November 2018. Additional reports will be issued in February 2019.
This is a project of the Center for the Study of Politics and Governance at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. The project is directed by Professors Kathryn Pearson and Lawrence Jacobs who have public reputations for independence as well as scholarly reputations as rigorous researchers. Professors Pearson and Jacobs are grateful for the contributions of research assistants Madeline Salucka and Matthew Motta.
This research is supported by a grant from the McKnight Foundation.
- Report No. 1: Transparency and Campaign Spending in Minnesota: October 2018
- Report No. 2: Transparency and Campaign Spending in Minnesota, Federal Spending: October 2018
- Report No. 3: Transparency and Campaign Spending in Minnesota, State Spending: November 2018
- Report No. 4: Transparency and Campaign Spending in Minnesota, Independent Expenditures on Federal Elections: November 2018
- Report No. 5: Transparency and Campaign Spending in Minnesota, Overall Spending on Minnesota Elections: November 2018
The authors are solely responsible for the content of these reports. Other parties who use or draw conclusions from this research are solely responsible for their own views, which do not necessarily reflect those of the original authors.