CO: Campaign Finance

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Continuing our journey through state databases allowing one to discover campaign contributions and finances, we come to Colorado:

Campaign Finance Database – Information from candidates, committees and parties who file campaign finance disclosure reports with the Secretary of State or a county clerk and recorder. The database contains records of contributions, expenditures, loans, notices of delinquent filings, requests for waiver of imposed fines, correspondence, and other important information.

Records on PACs and 527 organization include lists of filings as well as basic contact information and statement of purpose as in this sample record:

Name: REPUBLICAN TRUMPETEERS OF ADAMS COUNTY
SOS ID: 20075624761
Type: 527 POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

Filing Date: 10/15/2007
Status: Active
Filing Type: Electronic
Purpose: TO FOSTER AND ENCOURAGE LOYALTY TO THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND TO THE PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH IT STANDS; TO PROMOTE AN INFORMED ELECTORATE THROUGH POLITICAL EDUCATION AND ACTIVITY; TO INCREASE THE EFFECTIVE

Most Recent Election Cycle:
Area/Office/District: STATEWIDE / na / na
Last Detail Summary Report Filing Date: 06/01/2008 6:39 PM
For Report Period Ending: 05/26/2008

Contact Person KELLY WEIST
Mailing Address: 9289 BLACK MOUNTAIN DR.
City State Zip: CONIFER, CO 80433
Phone:
Fax:

* View Reports
* View Manual Filings For The Last 2 Years
* Search 527 Reports Filed with the IRS

The Colorado page of State Agency Databases Across the Fifty States is maintained by Samatha Hager.

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2 Responses to “CO: Campaign Finance”

  1. Jennie Says:

    I love this web site, my one caveat is that there are lots of things that look like text, but are really links. So if you see a word that looks interesting pause your mouse over it and see if it turns out to be a link! This is great for all of those questions you have about who is supporting a ballot initiative in the state (of which we have just a few).

  2. Daniel Cornwall Says:

    Hi Jennie,

    Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a search tip! Does anyone else have hints for this Colorado database?

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