Mitt Romney's campaign is beginning to close the gap on Barack Obama in the increasingly important digital race to engage and mobilize voters through the internet. Romney has been vastly outspent and out-gunned on digital outreach, with Obama spending at least twice as much on online advertising as his Republican contender. But observers of the 2012 election cycle have begun to notice a subtle but potentially significant shift in fortunes.
We've received more financial disclosures from Obama administration nominees -- and we're posting them for public review. The White House's strict new ethics rules require appointees to recuse themselves from conflicts of interest and to document their investments in detail. We've added about 60 nominees to our ongoing feature. Check out the full list. What do you learn from reading these disclosures? You get a firsthand look at who is running government agencies and crafting new regulation.