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Liberal dark money groups spent a record-breaking $145 million to get Joe Biden elected, and now they are cashing in. These groups are pushing President Biden to nominate dark money appointees and pass their extreme left-wing policies.
APT Executive Director Caitlin Sutherland discusses APT’s ad on Biden’s ties to dark money.
Today, APT launches its first ad campaign highlighting the dark money influence in the Biden administration.
Fox News Report: Biden’s Cabinet picks faced questions about favoritism or conflicts of interest in the last decade
Since APT’s launch earlier this year, we have remained focused on holding politicians and groups accountable for unethical behavior. With the start of a new year, our focus and momentum will not change.
After spending millions of dollars to boost vulnerable Democrat freshman, many Courier Newsroom-backed candidates fell short on Election Day.
Today, Americans for Public Trust filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Expensify and their CEO, David Barrett.…
This week, the D.C. District Court held plaintiffs had no claim against the FEC in a particular matter. In this case, Shaun McCutcheon, and his campaign, McCutcheon for Freedom, previously sought an advisory opinion from the FEC.
Despite decrying “dark money” in politics, Democratic Super Pacs–including many backing Joe Biden–are benefiting from $60 million in anonymous cash from Sixteen Thirty Fund.