As the Organization for Action nears the midterms, the group has begun changes to prepare for when President Obama leaves office.
Organizing for Action, President Barack Obama’s liberal advocacy group, arranged a meeting between White House officials and one of the group’s prospective donors who was involved in a legal battle with a federal agency, the New York Times reports.
“Organizing for Action” Executive Director Jon Carson expressed his thanks Wednesday morning to the whopping 12 OFA-California volunteers who welcomed President Obama to Los Angeles this week, tweeting a picture of them holding supportive posters.
NEW YORK CITY — Organizing for Action, the advocacy group that evolved from President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, will halt its single-issue fundraising during the 2014 midterm elections in order to free up resources for the “campaign side,” the group’s executive director Jon Carson told a small group of donors at a fundraiser here Monday night.
President Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action (OFA) announced Friday a first-quarter fundraising total of approximately $4.8 million.
Fewer than 100 people attending the opening session of the two-day “Founders Summit” for Organizing for Action, the new 501(c)(4) restructuring of what was formerly the Obama reelection campaign.
Former Bush administration ethics attorneys are raising concerns over the close relationship between a pro-Obama dark money group and the White House.
A senior White House official attended a secretive meeting with a cadre of left-wing organizations last week.