Last week the Democracy Alliance held a five-day retreat at an oceanfront resort in Laguna Beach. More than 150 major liberal donors and activists attended the dark money retreat.
President Barack Obama’s advocacy organization Organizing for Action (OFA) raised over $4.8 million from first-quarter donors, including the chairman of a major lobbying firm, wealthy progressives affiliated with the secretive Democracy Alliance, and a member of popular 1990s hip-hop group the Fugees, according to a list of first quarter contributors released by the group today.
President Barack Obama’s connection with the network of dark money donors known as the Democracy Alliance has carried over to his dark money advocacy group Organizing for Action (OFA).
Two organizations led by former Obama staffers are launching a new grassroots campaign to get people, specifically young people to buy health insurance.
A statewide effort by GOP donors succeeded in passing right-to-work in Michigan despite the party’s failures at the federal level, according to The New York Times.
President Obama receives economic advice from the son of one of the members of the George Soros-backed Democracy Alliance, a secretive group of progressive millionaires and billionaires.
Members of the secretive, liberal network of dark money donors known as the Democracy Alliance gave Obama’s Super PAC, Priorities USA, a major cash injection in the first half of October. According to the group’s pre-general FEC report, George Soros contributed $1 million, Chris Findlater gave $30,000, and Vin Ryan donated $100,000.
A top bundler for President Barack Obama has intimate connections to the controversial liberal advocacy group J Street as well as the secretive liberal donor network known as the Democracy Alliance.
Rep. Gregory Meeks (D., N.Y.) will serve as a surrogate for President Barack Obama in the spin room following tonight’s foreign policy debate, according to Politico.
Former President Bill Clinton’s persuasion skills have led to a million dollar payday for a pro-Obama Super PAC from the most likely of sources: billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros.