Skip to comments.Florida’s Gillum Moving PAC Activities Over to Nonprofit
Posted on 08/10/2019 4:59:37 PM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Move could result in loss of transparency
The political action committee that sustained and supported Andrew Gillum's 2018 campaign for governor of Florida appears to be shifting a significant percentage of its activities to a nonprofit, according to new campaign finance filings.
As a consequence, many of the political activities undertaken by him would come under an entity that has fewer requirements for both donors and for expenditures.
Forward Florida was a PAC established specifically for Gillum and was initially funded by large checks from megadonors George Soros and Tom Steyer.
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I was amazed just how close both Florida and Georgia came to electing hard core Marxists. Then again how low has the nation sunk to elect and re-elect the worst president and the worst man ever.
anyone funded by SorozNazi or Stryner is dangerous as Hell, imho!
It is time to end non-profit tax status. It is too often just a way to launder money. Many just hold conferences at five star resorts where the study the situation they are supposedly helping. Little or no help ever gets to any needy people. People will still donate to legitimate charities.
Thankfully we now have a decent Gov
yes because of the fraud down in Broward, Palm, and Dade counties
After a Tallahassee Democrat city commissioner copped to a corruption charge the U.S. Attorney said that there is much more to come. I think Gillum is still under investigation.
Thought he was going to jail for election money fraud. Are there any charges against him or were there any charges against him?
Any guy who takes money from KAPO/Nazi helper Soros or Steyer, the environmental wacko, is a danger to America.
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