NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! According to federal records, George Soros and other left-wing billionaires have donated millions of dollars to a Chuck Schumer-aligned super PAC in an effort to keep control of the upper chamber of Congress.
According to recent Federal Election Commission filings, Soros sent $2.5 million from his Democracy PAC to the Senate Majority PAC in July, while hedge fund billionaire James Simons contributed an identical sum. The two were the biggest contributors to the committee last month. With close to $73 million in cash on hand, the group is now in the home stretch of the midterm elections.
The additional Soros funds increase his total contributions to the Senate Majority PAC for the 2022 elections to $10 million, making him one of the PAC’s biggest backers of a shadowy nonprofit that is associated with the PAC.
Tax records show that the SCHUMER-ALIGNED Dark Money Nonprofit received a record $105 million from anonymous donors.
According to a prior Fox News Digital examination of campaign finance data,
Majority Forward, a nonprofit that does not disclose the identity of its supporters, has given the Senate Majority PAC at least $27 million this cycle.
According to its most current tax documents, Majority Forward brought in a record $105 million between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021. The organization and the Senate Majority PAC have a tight working relationship.
Long-time ally of Schumer President of Majority Forward and the Senate Majority PAC is J.B. Poersch. Additionally, the teams share employees and office space. For the 2022 elections, Majority Forward has already given the Senate Majority PAC close to $615,000 for payroll, insurance, and IT security.
The Senate Majority PAC typically supports Democratic candidates, but this election season, the group experimented with a new strategy by endorsing at least one Republican primary candidate they thought would be more susceptible in the general election.
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A shadowy organization named Democratic Colorado spent millions of dollars backing the more conservative state representative Ron Hanks during the Republican Colorado Senate race in June. Hanks was running against businessman Joe O’Dea.
Millions of dollars were sent by unknown donors to the Democratic primary in Colorado. However, The Colorado Sun learned that the $4 million in fundraising came exclusively from the Senate Majority PAC after the group’s first campaign finance report was made public on July 20.
The strategy failed, and O’Dea defeated Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet in a pivotal contest in November after winning the primary by almost ten percentage points. On the same day it submitted its first financial report, Democratic Colorado filed a termination report and shut down.