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Help us fight the good fight, and follow along with our progress. We'll also list your name on a special thank you page listing all our Kickstarter backers.
All backers at $5 or above will get their name on a special thank you page.
It's a way to bring creative projects to life.
Upstarts: For every candidate who makes it to congress, there are many who don't. But, we still care where they raise money from.
Sponsor an upstart, and see you name next to a politician who tried hard, but hasn't yet made it. Kind of like campaign finance reformers.
Your name will be on the visualization page for that politician, as well as a kickstarter thank you page.
Member of Congress: Sponsor a member of the House of Representatives. See your name on the page as a sponsor for that politician.
At $50, your donation would be too little for them to report, but you can help make sure we have the tools to report on where they raise money from.
Senator: Sponsor a senator.
The average senator raised over $10 Million for their 2014 election campaigns. For only $100, you can make sure the world knows who they raised it from.
Leadership: Sponsor a member of the congressional leadership.
John Boehner, Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell are all household names. Let's find out where they raise all that money from.
Presidential Almosts: Sponsor someone who ran for president and lost.
Our data goes back to 1990, so this means anyone from George H.W. Bush to Mitt Romney. Even though they lost, they raised millions.
Presidential: Sponsor a President of the United States.
In 1992, President Clinton raised $33 million to run for president, by 2012 President Obama raised close to $1 billion. At $2,600, you will be backing the FEC limit of an individual to a politician.
Of course, many donors manage to double this amount, because the primary and main elections technically count as two different elections.