This gadget aggregates information from the Facebook and Google trnsparency reports into one place. It's important to note that the two organisations don't organise their reports in the same way so there are many more listings in the Facebook report 9basically Facebook covers ads it registeres as political or social, Google only ads by registered Parties or politicians). Also this is just the top spenders not a full list - for more detail see our searchable database.
Also note that organisations use different names - for example there's "United Australia" and "United Australia - Queensland". They are different organisation technically, but for these purposes might as well be the same. You can use the filter to help clear this sort of thing up. Or, again, use the database gadget - the link at the end of each row will take you to the database and automatically search on the name in that row.
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