Anti-democracy black money groups have spent $ 42 million and are counting on a campaign to undermine democracy and withdraw the vote.
the report of End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action Fund found:
– Conservative black money groups have already announced more than $ 42 million in spending campaigns to restrict state-level voting rights and block passage of the law for the people.
– State lawmakers across the country introduced 321 bills that included restrictive voting proposals requested by the Heritage Foundation.
– 40 black money groups and dozens of conservative super PACs have publicly declared their opposition to the People’s Law. Groups that announced funding spent more than $ 120 million in black money in the 2018 election cycle alone.
Republicans are coordinating their efforts to rig the election by preventing people from voting.
There are no electoral security issues. This is not about electoral security or protecting the vote.
Tiffany Muller, President of End Citizens United // Let America Vote Action Fund, said: “Our results show that the same vested interests that have long rigged our democracy for the rich and powerful are now funding efforts to make the vote more difficult for people. and block critical anti-corruption and voting rights legislation. The rush to pass restrictive ballot bills and oppose access to the ballot box revolves around one motive: vested interests, big donors, and black money groups trying to hold onto the role. and the inordinate power they have had in our politics for far too long. “
Instead of coming up with better ideas that will help them win more votes, Republicans have decided to lead a nationwide campaign to rig the vote.
Republicans were caught, and now it’s time for Democrats to act.
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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Editor, which is White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work has focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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