Members of the influential Council for National Policy and the American Legislative Exchange Council's secretive elections working group doubled down on the same voter fraud fabrications that inspired the deadly Capitol insurrection.
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While right-wing Americans were committing acts of terror, plotting to kidnap Democratic governors, and getting ready for a deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the GOP and aligned groups were working overtime to portray racial justice protesters as anti-American terrorists to scare the pants off of voters.
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The groups are running misleading and racist ads against HHS nominee Xavier Becerra and DOJ nominee Vanita Gupta.
Mark Meckler, an ally of the Mercer family who co-founded the Tea Party Patriots and runs Convention of States Action, is one of two people currently in charge of the far-right social media app Parler.
The billionaire fossil fuel executive and GOP megadonor has spent his entire adult life financing partisan politics, right-wing think tanks, and ideological education programs. At 85, that's unlikely to change.
Corporations and wealthy individuals poured millions of dollars into super PACs, political committees, and dark money groups that spent at least $272 million to elect most of the 147 members of Congress who voted to reject Joe Biden's Electoral College win.
Two current and two recent members of the American Legislative Exchange Council, including one state chair, spent weeks lying about voter fraud and then participated in the events directly preceding the bloody coup attempt.
Republicans drew their own heavily favorable state legislative districts after their 2010 election wave. Now it's time for a new round of redistricting, and the GOP will have an even greater advantage.
A number of prominent members of the right-wing Council for National Policy published a letter demanding that state lawmakers throw out 26 million votes in swing states that Joe Biden won.