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Money Maps: this app maps campaign contributions to City Council members

Philadelphia City Council members aren't solely supported by campaign contributions from their constituents, according to a new map from AxisPhilly. The increasing size of local campaign fundraising goals has been helped by money from outside of many council districts.

A national map of campaign contributions to Councilman BIll Green.

Philadelphia City Council members aren’t solely supported by campaign contributions from their constituents, according to a new map from AxisPhilly.

The increasing size of local campaign fundraising goals has been helped by money from outside of many council districts.

Use the news nonprofit’s Money Maps app to visualize City Council contributions locally and nationally.

Companies: AxisPhilly / Philadelphia City Council

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