September 22, 2020

Releasing our U.S. House Candidate Research Report

Yesterday, we released our second research report to help compliance teams navigate political contribution regulatory compliance. Download our 2020 Candidate Research Report on U.S. House Candidates here!

Our team of analysts compiled various research memos that provide background on the state and locally elected officials running for Federal office in 2020. The release of our US House report follows a similar Senate report released last month.

With election 2020 under way, we wanted to share this new resource that contains research on the thousands of US House candidates across all 50 states. The report lists the current elected offices each candidate holds (or their profession), and also notes some potentially relevant pension funds that could represent pay-to-play conflicts.

If you have any questions or want to schedule a demo with our team, feel free to reach out to [email protected]!


compliance updates
Early last year, we published a blog citing multiple statistics on the rapid influx in political contributions, specifically showcasing an increase on the federal level – unsurprising, given that 2020 was a presidential election year.
compliance updates
Starting April 1, 2022, Delaware County will join the growing number of municipalities and localities implementing increased pay-to-play regulations. As reported back in January 2022, this is one more instance within a larger trend of pay-to-play regulations continuing to move local.
compliance updates
Pay-to-play regulations are becoming increasingly difficult to manage as they continue to move beyond just federal and state laws. We saw this recently in a City Council decision in Pennsylvania: