Former deputy Obama campaign manager Stephanie Cutter is now advising Bank of America on how to push back against efforts to break up the big banks.
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 Barack Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action is so far proving it is ineffective in promoting Obama’s agenda.
A new web video released by President Obama’s dark-money group Organizing for Action falsely claims that 240 House members voted in 2011 to dub climate change a “hoax.”
One of the founding members of President Obama’s dark money group, Organizing for Action (OFA), is Michael Kempner, chairman of public relations and lobbying firm MWW Group.
President Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action (OFA) announced Friday a first-quarter fundraising total of approximately $4.8 million.
President Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action (OFA) lost its legal bid Monday to control the website domain OrganizingforAction.net.
Democrats are still figuring out exactly how the Democratic National Committee and Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action will work together.
Accumulating the capital to mingle with the likes of Jim Messina and President Obama is an arduous undertaking if you are not already a tech billionaire or Hollywood mogul or green energy venture capitalist or Vogue magazine editor or labor boss.
Organizing for Action’s efforts on behalf of legislation in New York state may fall under that state’s definition of lobbying, requiring registering with the state and the disclosure of activities, according to campaign finance experts.