/ Modified dec 22, 2017 3:31 p.m.

Website Tracks Political Donations, Candidate Spending

New state site aggregates campaign spending information.

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A new website the Arizona Secretary of State is testing, See the Money.com, pulls in campaign finance data from multiple places to put the information in one location.

The site was put together by the staff of Secretary of State Michele Reagan, and it is designed to make it easier to follow the money in political campaigns.

"We have records from over 100 different places, no one has ever aggregated them," said Reagan.

The site is still in testing mode, so the Secretary of State's office is looking for comments.

Currently, only data for Legislative and executive branch candidates is available but cities and counties will soon be able to add their data.

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