Left-leaning ‘dark money’ network poured millions into Michigan elections

Malachi Barrett of Michigan Live –

A well-funded left-leaning “dark money” network funneled nearly $9 million to Michigan activist causes in 2018.

Sixteen Thirty Fund, a nonprofit focused on promoting social welfare, supported an anti-gerrymandering ballot initiative and other Democrat-backed causes during the 2018 midterm elections, according to tax filings released by Politico. Incorporation records on file with the District of Columbia also show the network operated at least two statewide projects, Secure Michigan Elections and Michigan Families for Economic Prosperity — and other projects under various trade names.


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