Republicans On Offensive To Influence Judicial Decisions
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FEATURING NICK SURGEY – Lest you think the Republican Party has gone into hiding, embarrassed about their Presidential nominee, think again. As is the norm with the GOP, party leaders and supporters are hatching new plots to achieve their political goals behind the scenes.
You may know about voter ID laws and gerrymandered districts. But you probably haven’t heard about the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), an organization receiving windfall donations from major corporations and industry groups in exchange for closed-door meetings where who-knows-what sorts of favors are being promised on the judicial front.
The idea is that the GOP pours money into the campaigns of Republicans running for state Attorneys General in order to win conservative influence.
Find more at www.exposedbycmd.org.
Nick Surgey, Director of Research with the Center for Media and Democracy.