Virginia Public Access Project
The Virginia Public Access Project is a non-profit, non-partisan organization which strives to provide information to the public about Virginia campaign donations through computer technology. Their website offers maps of where legislator’s donations come from, the size of their donations, and lists of contributors. There is also information on lobbyists, donors, vendors, and committees. In addition to using the wealth of information on this site, students may benefit from comparing it to the Virginia State Board of Elections Campaign Finance Website. How does a private group’s portrayal of campaign financing differ from the government website?
How to Cite This Source
VPAP, "Virginia Public Access Project," in Virginia Civics, Item #350, http://vagovernmentmatters.org/web-resources/350 (accessed March 27, 2017).