Database reporter for the political enterprise team Education: University of Mumbay, BA in English; University of Missouri, MA in journalism
Anu Narayanswamy is the data reporter for the political enterprise team at The Washington Post, with a focus on money and politics. At The Post, she has tracked major political donors to candidates during the 2016 elections and worked on the Clinton donor network — a project tracking every large donor to Bill and Hillary Clinton over a 40-year period. Previously, she was an investigative reporter with the Sunlight Foundation and for the Center for Public Integrity. She has a graduate degree from the University of Missouri and is originally from Mumbai.
Professional Affiliations: Investigative Reporters and Editors, National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting Foreign languages spoken: Hindi, Tamil
Super PACs, party committees and other groups are spending hundreds of millions on behalf of House and Senate candidates in the final weeks before the midterm elections. We’re tracking how much is being spent on each race.
The billionaire couple shelled out $25 million in July to the main super PAC supporting Senate Republicans, bringing their support for holding the GOP majority in both chambers of Congress to $55 million this cycle.