Kytja Weir, Center for Public Integrity

Kytja Weir

Center for Public Integrity

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Past articles by Kytja:

What's in Gorsuch's wallet, Trump's U.S. Supreme Court pick

Learn about the financial holdings of Judge Neil Gorsuch who Trump nominated for the U.S. Supreme Court. → Read More

South Carolina legislator indicted in ethics probe

S.C. legislator indicted in ethics probe after Capitol Gains series highlighted his business dealings with lawmakers. → Read More

Meet the 10 shadowy groups that snuck into your state races

A field guide to the national power brokers trying to shape elections. → Read More

Republicans whip Democrats in key state races

Voters decide major races in Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey. → Read More

6 things to know about the 2015 elections

Six facts to know about the more than $28 million spent on TV airtime for 2015 state races. → Read More

6 things to know about the 2015 elections

Six facts to know about the more than $28 million spent on TV airtime for 2015 state races. → Read More

Who’s trying to influence the 2015 elections?

A guide to our 2015 political TV ad tracker. → Read More

9 things to know about Mike Huckabee

The former governor of Arkansas has thrown his hat in the ring for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. → Read More

National donors pick winners in state elections

Two giant D.C.-based players dominated political giving in 2014 state-level elections. → Read More

Nearly 100,000 negative ads helped turn tide in Florida elections

Battles over the U.S. Senate and governorships dominated TV commercial breaks. → Read More

Money talks: Key dollar amounts behind the TV ad wars in state elections

More than 6,300 state offices are at stake this election. See who is trying to shape the message in the top races. → Read More

12 things to know about who’s trying to influence your vote in 2014

If you watch TV you've seen an unbelievable number of political ads asking for your vote. Do you know who is paying for those ads, and why? → Read More

Non-candidate spending increases in state elections

TV ad spending in state elections since 2010 is down, but the portion ponied up by political nonprofits and state-level super PACs rises. → Read More

Who’s trying to influence your vote?

A guide to our political TV ad trackers. → Read More

Case reopened after Center reveals judge's conflict of interest

Center investigation identifies conflicted judge leading to new hearing for discrimination case. → Read More

What do federal appellate judges own?

A database of investments, outside income, gifts and other disclosures. → Read More

Information on judges' disclosures often blacked out

More than 40 percent of federal appellate judges had portions of financial disclosures blacked out. → Read More

Federal judges plead guilty

Judges acknowledge conflicts of interest Center found in 26 cases. → Read More

Montana judges to disclose financial ties after Center report

State’s highest court orders judges to share information after Center highlights Montana’s lack of transparency. → Read More

N.M. bill aims to put judge disclosures back online

Bill calls for posting judge's financial disclosures online in wake of Center for Public Integrity investigation on transparency. → Read More