Money Trail EXPOSES Top Democrat Candidate!

Money Trail Links Back To George Soros For Popular Democrat Candidate

( – An anti-police and pro-illegal-immigration dark money group has contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Arizona Senate campaign, giving Democratic senator Mark Kelly a last-minute boost after his once-significant lead vanished before election day.

Almost $350,000 has been spent by Living United for Change in Arizona to support the Kelly campaign since October 21, according to Federal Election Commission data. The money was spent on hiring canvassers who would knock on doors in the Grand Canyon State to encourage people to vote for Kelly.

The gifts for Kelly, who describes himself as a moderate criminal justice reformer, forge an uneasy relationship. The Phoenix Cops Department should no longer get funds, according to the left-leaning millionaire Living United, who claims that “the police do neither protect nor serve us.” In October 2021, the group, which has protested outside ICE offices, gained national attention when one of its members secretly recorded Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) in a restroom on the campus of Arizona State University and interrogated her about her opposition to ending the filibuster to pass a voting bill.

Although the Living United and Kelly campaigns are not directly involved in the canvassing attempt, Living United has hired FieldCorps, a consulting business with ties to Kelly, for $210,000. This year, Kelly has been supported by Francisco Heredia, a councilman for the city of Mesa and the owner of FieldCorps. Heredia is listed as a member of the “Latinos for Kelly Coalition” by the Kelly campaign. According to campaign finance reports, Living United additionally paid ADP Payroll $138,546 to pay the salaries of canvassers.

The left-wing voter mobilization organizations Civic Participation Action Fund and the Movement Voter Project contributed about $1 million to Living United’s political action committee for the 2020 election cycle. The organization’s activist wing, which plans anti-ICE and anti-police rallies, has received funding from various progressive dark money organizations. According to the Capital Research Center, the Sixteen Thirty Fund and the New Venture Fund, neither of which is obligated to reveal its contributors, provided $165,000 and $40,000, respectively in 2019. Living United received a $1.5 million donation from Soros’ Open Society Foundations in 2019 “to support policy advocacy led by communities of color in Arizona.”

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