Urban Revitalization Coalition’s cash giveaways raise serious concerns that the organization is engaged in political activity promoting Trump's reelection effort.
The facts detailed in Eric Greitens settlement provide an all-too-rare look at the inner workings of dark money in elections.
A year after CREW filed its complaint against Freedom Vote, it filed its final tax return with the IRS, paid a fine and officially terminated its existence on May 31, 2019.
Not disclosing an additional $4.5 million State Solutions gave to a super PAC may have been necessary to avoid breaking IRS rules.
Hensel Phelps Construction is Rep Ken Buck’s former employer, a government contractor, and one of AJS' largest donors. AJS donated $2 million to support Buck.
MSGOC’s largest grants went to the 45Committee, which it gave $3.45 million, and the American Action Network, which it gave $2.3 million.
Little is known about Independence and Freedom Network beyond the nearly $1 million the group gave to Onward Ohio, a federal super PAC.
Three donors to 45Committee collectively gave the group more than $11 million, roughly equal to the amount the group spent promoting the new tax law.
Though Schlapp has been registered to lobby for Cove Strategies since 2009, it was only recently that he was listed on Cove lobbying reports involving White House contacts.
A New Missouri formed a month after Greitens’ inauguration to promote his gubernatorial agenda in coordination with his state office and campaign committee.