Three liberal donor networks and foundations with ties to billionaire George Soros have joined forces to form a new fund to “resist” President Donald Trump.
A group that is backed by former President Barack Obama participated at a gathering of deep-pocketed progressive donors who huddled together in Washington, D.C. to map out strategies to “restore progressive government” and to ensure fair redistricting in upcoming years.
As a leading left-wing political donor club tries to regroup under President Donald Trump, it is bringing on new talent that has longstanding relationships with some of its top donors, and groups that it hopes will step up their funding for the opposition.
The Democracy Alliance, a shadowy organization of wealthy progressive donors, hosted this week at its secret meeting a prominent anti-Israel advocate who has come under fire for glorifying child terrorists and criticizing Zionism, according to a list of speakers at the group’s Washington, D.C., gathering.
Organizers for the dark money group Democracy Alliance told supporters about the need to “rest and recover” after a “hard day” on Nov. 8.
Liberal billionaire George Soros is meeting behind closed doors with top Democrats to plot a resistance strategy against President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans.
The Democratic Party’s top donors are pouring money into Colorado political groups, drawing attention to state legislative contests and ballot fights that could affect the redrawing of key congressional districts, public records show.
A leading left-wing community organizing group is building a massive grassroots advocacy and voter turnout operation in battleground states that could decide November’s presidential and Senate elections, documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveal.
The left’s leading donor club is frantic at the prospect of Big Labor’s diminishing ability to finance their political operations and is scrambling to come up with new ways to raise money, internal documents obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveal.