Oct. 16-18 at Stanford University and the Sheraton Palo Alto

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Sunday, October 18 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Following the money in 2016

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Introduction: Kathleen Carroll 

The early returns are in, and it’s clear that more money will wash through the nation’s politics than ever before during the 2016 election. The effects of the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United continue to evolve, increasing the challenges of tracking who is giving to candidates and how the money donated is spent. The effects aren’t just felt in the race for president, either, but have trickled down to elections at the state and local level. We’ll review the state of play in campaign finance and, with the panel, offer strategies to help follow the money all the way to Election Day.

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Brian Carovillano

Managing editor of U.S. news, The Associated Press
Brian Carovillano, The Associated Press' managing editor for U.S. news, leads news coverage of the U.S., including state-specific reporting and broader topical coverage. He supervises the four U.S. regional editors managing AP's East, South, Central and West news desks while coordinating... Read More →

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Julie Bykowicz

National political reporter, The Associated Press
Julie Bykowicz's beat includes money, politics, media and influence in Washington. She has previously reported on campaign finance for Bloomberg and Businessweek and began her career as a police reporter at The Baltimore Sun.
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Kathleen Carroll

Executive editor, The Associated Press
Kathleen Carroll, executive editor and senior vice president of The Associated Press, is the top news executive of the world’s largest independent news agency. She is responsible for news content in all formats from the journalists based in AP’s 282 locations in 110 countries... Read More →
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David Scott

U.S. political editor, The Associated Press
David Scott directs The Associated Press’ national political reporting team from Washington, D.C. He previously oversaw the news report in text, photos and video in 14 states in the Central Region of the U.S. From 2005 to 2009 he was AP's news editor in North Carolina where he... Read More →
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Tom Verdin

National editor, The Associated Press
Tom Verdin is a national editor for The Associated Press leading coverage of state government across the country. Previously, he oversaw coverage of California politics and government for the AP in Sacramento, where his bureau won numerous awards for its watchdog reporting. He also... Read More →

Sunday October 18, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
Rooms: Berg A & B (2nd floor) Li Ka Shing Center