Jun 06, 2015

Soros Bankrolling Voting Rights Suits - Tea Party News

(NY Times) – The billionaire philanthropist George Soros, whose first major involvement in politics was with a large-scale voter mobilization effort in the 2004 presidential race, is funding a Democratic legal fight against restrictive voting laws. Mr. Soros became involved last year when Marc Elias, one of the top Democratic lawyers specializing in voter protection issues, ...

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