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House and Senate Elections

Using the tools below, users may access campaign finance data for House and Senate candidates, as well as independent expenditures made for or against these candidates.

The interactive House and Senate Map displays summary financial information about congressional candidates. You can find lists of candidates and money raised and spent on a state-by-state basis. The map provides links to dynamic overviews of individual campaigns, comparisons among contenders for different offices, and detailed information about contributions and disbursements for specific candidates, along with state-by-state overviews of financial activity.

The interactive House Independent Expenditure Map displays independent expenditure spending for or against House candidates in congressional districts for a two-year period. The data for the color density is taken from "24-hour" and "48-hour" notices of independent expenditures filed in the selected two-year period. Independent expenditures represent spending by individual people, groups, political committees, corporations or unions expressly advocating the election or defeat of clearly identified federal candidates. These expenditures may not be made in concert or cooperation with or at the request or suggestion of a candidate, the candidates campaign or a political party.

The interactive House Independent Expenditure Map displays independent expenditure spending for or against Senate candidates in congressional districts for a two-year period. The data for the color density is taken from "24-hour" and "48-hour" notices of independent expenditures filed in the selected two-year period. Independent expenditures represent spending by individual people, groups, political committees, corporations or unions expressly advocating the election or defeat of clearly identified federal candidates. These expenditures may not be made in concert or cooperation with or at the request or suggestion of a candidate, the candidates campaign or a political party.