New York Attorney General Letitia James has expanded her probe into the gun group.
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The National Rifle Association is one of the most powerful special interest groups in America. We’re investigating how it spends its money.
Lawmakers demand documents after The Trace’s reporting shows NRA’s use of shell companies to support Trump, Senate campaigns.
But will that give the gun group cover amid the wider Trump-Russia investigation?
The same media consultant purchased ads for the NRA and for Senate candidates in the Missouri, Montana, and North Carolina races.
Trump and the gun group used the same consultants to spearhead their TV ad blitzes at the height of the 2016 election, likely in violation of federal law.
A new complaint accuses the National Rilfe Association and GOP Missouri Senate candidate Josh Hawley of campaign finance violations.
Following reporting by The Trace, nine senators accuse the NRA of skirting rules against coordinating with political campaigns.
The National Rifle Association is continuing to funnel much of its spending on the 2018…
The gun group broke its own record in every election between 2010 and 2016. This year, it's suddenly thrifty.
The gun group's first big ad buy of the 2018 cycle was made through a company that, according to an election watchdog, exists only to circumvent campaign finance laws.
Following a Trace investigation, Starboard Strategic Inc’s leadership continues to duck inquiries that would clarify how it complies with laws meant to prevent giving candidates unfair advantages.
Our NRA Campaign Spending Tracker analyzes FEC reports to show you exactly how much the group is putting behind its favored candidates.