While these are not our “official partners”, we highly respect and recommend the work of the following organizations:
opensecrets.org, which provides the best tool to study political finance in the U.S.
The Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, which has collected the most comprehensive international database on the regulation of political finance across the world (they are currently updating, but their 2012 database remains accessible)
The Tax Justice Network, which analyzes how offshore finance jeopardizes attempts to have fair systems of taxation.
represent.us, which is advocating for reforming the U.S. political system, to limit the role of private money and lobbying, and to have better representation of the people.
Transparency International is the global coalition against corruption.