Here’s a thorough analysis of how “dark money” from secretive outside groups, mixed with extreme partisan redistricting, allows a handful of elitists to manipulate voters for political and economic riches. ProPublica examines how the process works at the national and state level, with North Carolina taking center stage. The story includes more revelations about the role of Art Pope in directly managing the drawing of North Carolina’s legislative districts, in addition to financing the “dark money” groups that put him at the center of action. Meanwhile, the Center for Responsive Politics has a more complex profile of the layers of secretive non-profit groups that the Koch brothers are apparently using to launder some of the millions of dollars they spend for partisan political goals.
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