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).
The new Obama advocacy nonprofit Organizing for Action is reportedly considering a merger with a left-wing umbrella group whose financiers have ties to Palestinian terrorists and Central American Marxists.
Vice President Joe Biden and his family Thursday met with Obama campaign bundlers at the White House for 90 minutes, reports Politico Influence.
What was once the Obama reelection campaign will be relaunched Sunday as a tax-exempt 501(c)4, able to accept unlimited donations to advocate on behalf of President Obama’s second-term agenda.
President Obama once called Super PACs a “threat to democracy.” Now, CNN reports Wednesday that Obama for America working on the “restructuring” of the group into a 501(c)4 or a Super PAC.
An Obama campaign worker has been arrested in Colorado for unlawful sexual contact, CBS Denver reports.