Here is a look at what happened yesterday ontheSunlightnetwork.

  • Noah Kunin blogged on Citizens for Strength and Security (CSS) Action Fund, and delved deeper into their history and relationships with Service Employees and International Union (SEIU) and Communication Workers of America (CWA). (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Paul Blumenthal advocated for online disclosure for public pensions in the wake of cities and states coming to terms with their budgets in a post-recession economy. (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Scott Stadum included a roundup of the 12 Tools for Transparency he’s included since July. (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Bill Allison included another addition of daily disclosures, this time looking at Super PAC Alaskans Standing Together, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and National Republican Senatorial Committee campaign spending, and outside spending in this mid-term election reaching $200 million. (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Nancy Watzman reported on life in the swing state of Colorado, noting the campaign ads aired during her morning television. (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Bill Allison also announced the milestone $200 million spent this mid-term election by parties, nonprofits, labor unions and Super PACs. (Sunlight Foundation Blog)
  • Anu Narayanswamy reported the details of the $200 million milestone for mid-term election spending, noting the $78 million increase in the last week and the 80 percent increase since 2006. (Sunlight Reporting Group)
  • Jeremy Carbaugh highlighted the much anticipated photo booth software package secrets from the Sunlight Labs open house. (Sunlight Labs Blog)
  • Take a look at the previousdays transparency-related news items, congressional committee hearings, transparency-related bills introducedinCongress, and transparency related events. (The Open House Project)

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