Marvel followers launch Snyder Reduce-style marketing campaign to get Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Four made

Marvel fans have launched a social media campaign to make Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 4.

Titled #MakeRaimiSpiderMan 4, thousands of supporters on Twitter have raised their voices over the unmade sequel, which allegedly was scrapped in 2010.

“It is time to officially end its amazing story”, said a fan from Tobey Maguire’s Spidey Bow, which was continued in Spider-Man: No way home. “So many people want this to happen” said another.

“The fans want it, so why not?” asked onewhich reflects the thoughts of many throughout the hashtag which is trending across multiple regions.

“[Raimi] had big plans for Spider-Man 4 and deserves to see them through, ” said another fan of Raimi’s original trilogywhich ran from 2002 to 2007 added, “I know you won’t let the fans down, Sony.”

However, some holdovers from Spider-Man 4 remain – and are certainly part of the reason why so many are excited about the project that never existed.

A clip with a storyboard shows Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man embarking on an all-out brawl with supervillain Vulture, indicating a possible darker edge to the film.

Sam Raimi is back at Marvel, meanwhile, directing Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. That should give fans a crumb of hope that, like at Zack Snyder’s Justice League Becoming a reality that social media support may lead to something real, tangible and swinging from the Manhattan skyline in the near future.

Discover with our complete guide to what the MCU has in store for all of us Marvel Phase 4. Didn’t see your way home? Here are some of the greatest Spider-Man: No Way Home Easter Eggs.

Alumni elevate cash for most cancers, males’s well being with growing-out-mustache marketing campaign

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The facial hair waxing for the month of November is very important to Adam Brodstein. He is a member of Syracuse University’s fundraising team for Movember, an annual campaign to raise awareness of prostate and testicular cancer, as well as mental health and suicide prevention. Growing out a mustache or facial hair is the iconic symbol of the fundraising challenge.

“I almost never have facial hair. I wear a mustache all month and so many of my friends come up to me and ask, ‘Oh, what’s your mustache?’ ”Said Brodstein. “It just gives me one excuse to talk about it.”

Brodstein, a 2018 graduate of SU, joined the university’s Movember fundraising team while studying. However, he is not alone in his efforts. The SU team, Boys Things, has over 100 members, many of whom are SU alumni or current students. Boys Things has been part of Movember for almost a decade, growing in size and money every year. Boys Things is Movembers’ No. 1 University Team in terms of money raised, and the No. 4 team in the United States for 2021 and raised over $ 67,500 by Sunday evening.

“We all realized that (Movembers Mission) really has an impact on all of our lives. And then (Boys Things) really got expanded, ”said Brodstein.

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Movember was founded in Australia in 2003. Originally it was only supposed to raise money for prostate cancer and men’s health. Over the course of nearly two decades, Movember, an abbreviation of the words mustache – or “mo” for short – and November has grown into a global initiative in which teams collect donations 19 countries plus Hong Kong. Individuals, teams or companies can take part in the initiative. Individuals can also donate to the cause through a participating fundraiser or team.

Boys Things has grown under the guidance of 2017 graduate Michael Dellon. He is currently the team’s captain and has been in this role for seven years. Dellon’s journey with Movember began as a philanthropic project within his fraternity. However, his personal commitment to Movember has led him to expand the reach of the fundraiser since he graduated.

“The reason I became captain is because I actually survived cancer twice, so it was something that really got me excited,” said Dellon.

Movember and Boys Things rely on grassroots donations, with members posting on social media and contacting family and friends.
Courtesy Michael Dellon

Dellon contributed to the success of Boys Things fundraising as captain. His goal is to increase member engagement on the team by promoting social media advertising and grassroots fundraising.

“I always move the goalposts a bit,” said Dellon. “We met our goal of ($ 60,000); I’ll probably move that to something that’s achievable but higher. “

This year Dellon and other celebrity Boys Things held a personal fundraiser at The Craic, a Brooklyn bar where the team raised nearly $ 10,000. The personal fundraiser was Boys Things’ biggest event this month, and Dellon hopes to host more of it. He also wants to supply the SU alumni in cities outside of New York City.

“I think it might be cool if we have another event in Boston or LA,” said Dellon. “If we have the team out there that supports it in some way, then we are definitely something to be prepared for.”

The team emphasizes its basic approach to fundraising and relies on the connections maintained through the team’s social network. This method encompasses a variety of fundraising strategies, including reaching out to individual family members and friends and posting graphics on social media.

Noah Garson, a 2018 SU graduate and third highest fundraiser for Boys Things, has been participating in Movember for five years. He has had success at fundraising on Instagram, relying on consistent story posts and reminders from the month-long campaign. He stressed the importance of having a strong reason for fundraising.

“I think I raised about $ 300 in my first year. But since then … I find a different motivation every year. It was the first few years for Michael, ”said Garson. “In 2019 my father was diagnosed with cancer. And that was above all my motivation. “

Within the Page for boys things There is a tracker on the Movember website for the money raised by the team as a whole and the money raised by each member. These features provide an easy way for the team and individual members to track their progress and growth from year to year and continuously break their own records.

Due to the team’s success in the leaderboards this year, Dellon would like to continue recruiting fundraisers at the SU and increase the presence of the fundraising initiative on campus.

“It’s all about not just recruiting more people, but the right people, and getting the word out where we can,” said Dellon. “The greatest thing is simply trying to make the team an extension of Syracuse and leaving it open to anyone who wants to help and make a difference.”

58-86: Actual Madrid wins in fashion in opposition to MoraBanc Andorra on first street journey of league marketing campaign

real Madrid made two out of two wins and took a first win on the road after taking a sublime away from MoraBanc Andorra with a good team performance. Five players finished the game with double digits, led by Tavares (15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 blocks and 26 in PIR). The team, trained by Pablo lasso – who reached the 600-victory mark as the whites in charge – delivered another good defensive performance that Andorra – which had previously recorded 98 – limited to only 58 points. In less than 48 hours, Madrid will be back in the league against Mombus Obradoiro WiZink Center.

The Whites got off to a flying start, taking a 0-10 lead in the first two minutes and 39 seconds – a perfect magic when the team defended solidly, had the rebound on top, moved the ball well and kept running, to take the initiative against a shocked home team. Heurtel determine the tone of the game (5 assists) and its follow-up game Tavares (9 points and 5 rebounds), along with Give it back‘s contribution (5 + 3), led the Madridistas in the early stages. MoraBanc Andorra responded well from the three-point line (14-16) but the rotations around lasso helped the guests to a comfortable seven-point lead at the end of the first quarter (14:21).

Madrid under control

The high number of sales and the introduction of diagnosis for Andorra prevented Madrid from clearing the scoreboard in the first half. The defensive solidity of the team, which corresponds to the physicality of the opponent, and the contribution of the players who come off the bench in the form of Llull, Taylor, Pear tree and Alocén, allowed the team to extend the lead to 12 points at 22:34 in the 17th minute. By this point in the game, the Vitoria-born coach had already used all 12 players, including Rudywho, after an injury in the Spanish Supercup (30-38, at least 20).

The team remained determined even after the break and, thanks to an aggressive defensive and energetic offensive, gradually built the gap to an opponent who was rarely able to react. At 32-38 in the 21st minute, Build put Madrid firmly in power with an exhibition from the three-point area. His three straight threesomes were followed by another six points from the fire Tavares, kept pounding on the home side’s basket as he approached a doubles doubles. Until then, Madrid was very comfortable and the combination Heurtel, Entertainer and Give it back opened in the third quarter with a minute before the end a 22-point lead (42:64).

Convincing victory

Madrid remained mentally strong and did not let the big lead carry them away as the guests continued to shoot determinedly and fought for every ball. MoraBanc Andorra couldn’t counter lassoTroops and encountered a remarkable defense in which both Tavares and Pear tree Proved to be unbeatable (4 blocks from Cape Verde). Williams-Goss made sure that the lead was expanded further, which was 33 points at 53:84 one minute before the end. It was the second win for real Madrid and the team is sure to start clicking. The whites must now concentrate on the duel against Monbus Obradoiro, who the WiZink Center on Sunday (8 p.m. CET).

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Darkish cash group launches marketing campaign to push Portland-area leaders for outcomes on police reforms, homelessness, cleanup efforts

A new anonymously funded political group launched a campaign on Friday to encourage elected leaders in the Portland area to move faster and better coordinate to address challenges viewed by unnamed donors as the greatest challenges in the city.

Many of the things they want to do, from creating safe homes for people on the streets to reducing gun violence, are in great demand with voters and officials from across the political spectrum. But they do not have easy solutions and there is no broad consensus on which steps to take in the right direction.

The dark money charity People for Portland began broadcasting television spots Friday urging officials at all levels of government to “end the humanitarian crisis on our streets, reform the police force, restore public safety and cleanse our once beautiful city “.

“Portland is still full of potential, but the politicians are doing too little, too slowly, to save our broken city,” says a woman in the TV ad as black and white pictures of tent camps, graffiti and headlines about murders pass by.

“Let’s tell the politicians to do their job to save the city we love,” concludes the ad, suggesting that people go to the group’s website and sign up for unspecified future political activity.

With the group’s funders remaining largely anonymous, the two longtime political advisors who lead the campaign have a more public role in the appeal. Dan Lavey, who has worked for independents and Republicans like Chris Dudley, and Kevin Looper, who has worked for progressive causes and Democratic candidates like Governor Kate Brown, are partners in this effort.

Under state and federal campaign funding rules, it is legal for the group’s donors to remain anonymous under their establishment as a political nonprofit.

Looper said in an interview on Friday that the central problem Portland is facing is “the lack of courage among elected officials … which makes them more afraid to do wrong than to do something”.

The campaign targets every elected official with ties to the Portland area, including city officials, district officials, metro regional government councilors, the sheriff and district attorney, state lawmakers, and the Portland-home governor who is also from Portland. Through digital and television advertising, the total cost of which they rejected, Lavey and Looper plan to urge local voters to contact their elected leaders and urge them to take action on People for Portland’s priorities.

“We need to get the public more involved so … elected officials at all levels feel the heat of the people they represent,” Lavey said.

Local leaders, particularly on the Portland City Council, are already working to resolve most of the problems that People for Portland lament. But the group says they want them to get results faster.

That includes making body-worn cameras mandatory for the Portland Police Department, which the U.S. Department of Justice asked the city to enforce July. Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler directed the police bureau this month to prepare for body-worn cameras, including researching various camera systems and getting bids. OPB reported. Long a vocal opponent of body-worn devices, Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty said she was learning how to use the technology successfully in other cities, OPB said.

People for Portland urged the city to request the body-worn cameras in a comment sent to The Oregonian / OregonLive and made separately available to the newsroom on Friday.

The city commissioners are already in the process of defining six locations where it will be built Protected Villages with showers, toilets, laundry service, psychiatric care and case managers. The move is tied to the latest from the city council politics in the evacuation of camps, which lowered the bar for the removal of “high impact” camps, in part because of the idea that people could move to the city-sanctioned villages.

The city and other regional and state government agencies also began concerted efforts to accelerate garbage collection and landfill cleaning in the Portland area after service cuts and lack of coordination resulted in solid waste accumulations around the city during the last year. However, the group says governments have more to do and “professional sanitation is an expected basic function of government”.

In addition, People for Portland wants Multnomah County’s District Attorney Mike Schmidt and other prosecutors to “prosecute those involved in violence and vandalism” during demonstrations, according to a form letter posted on the group’s website. Schmidt has obtained guilty pleadings and multi-year prison sentences for several people charged with arson, window smashing and other vandalism in connection with nighttime protests in downtown and other parts of the city.

People for Portland Cities Survey paid for by FM3 Research as proof that many Portlanders agree with its priorities and want local executives to deliver faster results. According to the group, a poll of more than 800 likely voters conducted more than three months ago showed that 84% of respondents agreed that tent camps are a “humanitarian emergency” that requires more urgent action from city and county officials, and 85% supported it Redirecting existing taxpayers’ money to create “50 Safe Sanitary Villages” for the homeless across the city. When it comes to public safety, the group cites survey results that found 62% of respondents said the Portland police force could be reformed, 91% supported police body cameras, and 49% believed the city had too few police officers. 84 percent of respondents agreed that law enforcement agencies “should aggressively pursue the small number of people who use protests to cover for property damage and violence”.

Finally, People for Portland asked if Portland voters would stand against the city and county incumbents in the next election if things didn’t get better. Almost nine out of ten eligible voters surveyed said they did.

A poll of 300 Portland residents conducted by Portland firm DHM Research for The Oregonian / OregonLive over a very similar period April 30 through May 6 found that 42% said the city should hire more police officers . Most of the city dwellers surveyed said the police presence should remain unchanged (30%) or decrease (24%).

Lavey and Looper repeatedly pointed out a short timeframe – Looper suggested two years – in which elected leaders need to make significant improvements to prevent Portland from becoming a “lost city” in which a critical mass of people have decided not to renew commercial leases and stop supporting elements of a vibrant city like art.

Andrew Hoan, CEO and President of the Portland Business Alliance, did not immediately respond to a call Friday afternoon asking whether the group supports the People for Portland campaign.

However, two well-known business owners expressed their support. Businessman and philanthropist Jordan Schnitzer, whose commercial real estate company owns Portland real estate, said he had “been approached about funding,” met with the group, and believed the campaign had “some good goals.”

“I support anything that helps Portland get back on track,” said Schnitzer, who refused to say whether he made a donation to People for Portland.

Tim Boyle, President and CEO of Columbia Sportswear Company, was open about his support for the group in an interview Friday. “I contributed some money to surveys to validate what everyone in town thought was right,” said Boyle. “The city is close to my heart, I grew up here.”

“Every elected official in the state of Oregon, especially the senior official, is all complicit in the problem we have in Portland today,” Boyle said. “Half of them live in Portland, the other half visit Portland, and it’s a shame they don’t actively move forward on all the issues that are clearly visible to everyone.”

Boyle said some Columbia Sportswear Company employees cited problems in the city as the reason they were leaving, and some potential hires turned down jobs they should have worked in the city.

“I’m more than happy to talk about this out loud and put my name on my loudness,” said Boyle. “I’m not a black money person.”

– Hillary Borrud

hborrud@oregonian.com; @hborrud

Federal election officers need solutions from Rep. Lauren Boebert after marketing campaign cash used for private bills

RIFLE, Colorado (KRDO) – Federal election officials urge Congressman Laurens Boebert for responses after using $ 6,000 in campaign funds for personal use.

A spokesman for the South Colorado legislature told 13 Investigations that the expenses had been mistakenly made and reimbursed.

On Tuesday, the federal electoral commission sent a seven-page letter to Boebert’s campaign treasurer demanding answers to these personal expenses and an excess of campaign funds totaling over $ 50,000.

FEC officials are requesting more information on a total of $ 6,000 in personal Venmo payments made in May and June of this year.

The letter states that federal election campaign money from civil servants or a candidate cannot be used for anything “which would exist regardless of the campaign or the duties of the candidate as a federal official”.

According to her spokesman, the newly minted congresswoman fully refunded the money when her team discovered the mistake. It is not clear who received the Venmo payments or for what purpose they were used.

13 Investigates were advised that the refund would be included in their campaign funding reports for the third quarter.

The letter from election officials also indicates that Boebert’s campaign received more than $ 50,000 in excess donations. Federal law limits how much individuals and committees can donate to a candidate and requires that those funds be returned if the caps are exceeded.

Boerbert’s spokesman said any excess donations would be refunded in order to comply with the law.

The FEC informed Boebert’s campaign that it had to respond by September 21, otherwise this could lead to an audit and enforcement measure.

Your spokesperson tells 13 investigates that they will respond within the deadline.

Pritzker Guarantees ‘Sturdy Marketing campaign,’ however Gained’t Say How A lot Cash He’ll Spend in 2022 – NBC Chicago

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker officially announced his re-election campaign this week, and although he spent more than $ 170 million during the 2018 race, it is unclear how far into his wallet he will be ready for that campaign grasp.

Pritzker, who will seek a second term as governor in next year’s elections, disagreed when asked by NBC 5’s Mary Ann Ahern how much he would spend on the 2022 race, saying his focus is solely on mileage ” robust “campaign trying to help Democrats win their race.

“My focus is on running a robust campaign and making sure we vote up and down the Democrats, not just myself,” he said. “We have constitutional officials running for re-election and people running for county executive seats, as well as a state representative and a state senate (so I’ll spend it) like I did in 2018 when we founded Blue Wave Illinois help everyone to drive the ticket up and down. “

According to Campaign Funding Records, during his 2018 bid to oust former Governor Bruce Rauner, Pritzker spent $ 171.5 million of his own money, which had also spent significant sums in his unsuccessful re-election campaign.

Pritzker has already drawn a Democratic challenger in the 2022 primary, as Beverly Miles, a Chicago nurse and U.S. Army veteran, announced a campaign for the nomination. At least three Republicans have already jumped into the field, including State Sen. Darren Bailey, who filed several legal challenges against Pritzker’s orders during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as businessman Gary Rabine and former State Sen. Paul Schimpf.

All three Republican candidates have spoken out loudly against Pritzker, with Bailey accusing the governor of “buying” the election.

“Today our failed Liberal Governor JB Pritzker announced that he would try to buy another election,” Bailey said in a press release. “Billionaires like Pritzker cannot relate to the struggles of working Illinois and families.”

Pritzker dismissed this criticism, saying that his election spending will be used solely to get his message across with the Democratic Party in Illinois.

“I’m just focusing on making sure we get the message out,” he said.

Pritzker also said he would continue to plan to help Democrats across the country during the upcoming midterm elections, but stressed that he did not speak to President Joe Biden about strategy or finances when the two met last week at the White House.

“I’ve always been a supporter of Democrats across the country,” he said.

No want for Chilcot-style inquiry into Afghanistan marketing campaign, says Armed Forces chief

The UK does not need to conduct a full Chilcot-style public inquiry his Afghanistan mission because the campaign was a just war, said the chief of the Bundeswehr.

General Sir Nick Carter said the two-decade intervention did not face the same controversy as the Iraq war and did not require the same type of lengthy and costly public investigation.

The chief of defense also said that while the Taliban won the propaganda war after the US and NATO withdrew, the insurgents did overwhelmed by their recent gains. He predicted that if the Afghan government remained united, it could hold the country’s major cities against the militants.

Sir Nick’s comments came after calls for a public inquiry into the campaign, which cost billions of pounds and killed 457 British soldiers, sailors and airmen.

Sir John Chilcots seven year investigation heard from 150 witnesses and looked at thousands of documents to investigate Tony Blair’s decision to wage war in Iraq, whether troops were prepared and how the aftermath was dealt with.

His twelve-volume report tore into the planning, preparation and budgeting of the military campaign, which killed 179 soldiers, and stated that it ended “very far from success”.

Earlier this month, Lord Dannatt, a former chief of staff, said that British troops are now troops Left Afghanistan “The real test must begin and a public inquiry along the lines of Chilcot’s Iraq must be launched.”

Tobias Ellwood, chairman of the Commons Defense Committee, also called for a “Chilcot-style investigation so that we can learn the lessons of what went wrong”.

But Sir Nick told The Telegraph, “You have to remember why we had a Chilcot investigation. As far as I remember, it was because some big questions were raised about the justice of the war in Iraq. I don’t think so. that anyone is questioning the true justice of the war in Afghanistan. “

He said the military campaign was backed by a UN Security Council resolution and that NATO members invoked the alliance’s mutual defense pact after the 9/11 attacks.

“It was very clear why the international community went to Afghanistan to do what it did and no one questioned that,” he said. “I think we need to put the reason we could conduct a public inquiry into perspective, and I don’t think anyone would criticize the decision to engage people in Afghanistan.”

Sir Nick added that while there are “many good lessons that can be learned from the way the campaign is carried out … I am not sure if this is necessarily to be done as a public and likely very costly investigation. Rather, I think it should be “a reasonable, transparent exercise within the government”.

The Taliban have swept the Afghan government out of dozen of rural districts in the two months since Joe Biden announced the final of his troop withdrawal. Sir Nick, who had served in the country for nearly three years in total, said the militants had overwhelmed themselves and the Afghan armed forces had consolidated.

He added: “If Kabul stand united and they manage to supply and support the Afghan army so that it can keep the main provincial capitals, then I don’t think the rally that is Taliban uprising will be likely can develop its effect. “

Pelosi, McCarthy big-money marketing campaign donors giving early, with Home up for grabs

Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy

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With the midterm elections more than a year away, wealthy donors have already begun giving massive checks to committees linked to Democratic House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi and Republican minority leader Kevin McCarthy, according to new records.

The Federal Election Commission’s second quarter record of fundraisers related to Pelosi, McCarthy, and House leadership paints a picture of party officials and funders realizing the need to fund these campaign committees heavily, with the House of Representatives Chamber in 2022 to Choice is available. The Democrats, who hold the majority, lost seats in the 2020 election and the Republicans are trying to capitalize on it.

The Associated press reported that the Republican campaign arm, the National Republican Congressional Committee [NRCC], trumped his rival for the Democrats in the House of Representatives, the Democratic Congress campaign committee [DCCC], in the second quarter.

McCarthy and Pelosi campaigners did not respond to requests for comment.

Take Back the House 2022, a joint fundraising committee for the NRCC, McCarthy and other House Republicans, posted over $ 8 million in profit from April through June. This was due to donations from influential donors, including those on Wall Street like Nelson Peltz, the CEO of investment firm Trian Partners, who donated $ 50,000 to the committee in June.

Citadel CEO Ken Griffin donated over $ 500,000 to the committee that month. Steven Roth, the CEO of Vornado Realty and an ally of former President Donald Trump, gave $ 250,000 in May. Robert Day, the CEO of investment real estate firm Oakmont Corp., gave the group $ 100,000 in the same month. Howard Lutnick, the CEO of financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, donated over $ 700,000 to the committee in June, records show.

McCarthy’s leadership PAC, which also raises money for the NRCC and Take Back the House, also saw large donations from big donors last quarter as the GOP seeks to recapture the majority. The committee, the McCarthy Victory Fund, has raised just over $ 2.3 million in the past three months.

Peter Thiel, an investor billionaire who had previous alliances with Trump and recently increased his contributions to GOP candidates, donated just over $ 47,000 to the McCarthy Victory Fund in April. Doug Leone, an executive with venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, donated $ 125,000 to the committee in May. Leone renounced his support for Trump following the deadly January 6 riot on Capitol Hill. David Urban, a longtime Trump confidante and now a senior executive at Chinese tech company ByteDance, gave the committee $ 5,000 in June.

Pelosi also saw how much money flowed into their joint donation account. The Nancy Pelosi Victory Fund, which raises funds for the DCCC, raised over $ 4 million in the second quarter.

Legendary film producer Steven Spielberg donated $ 150,000 to the Fundraising Committee in April. In the same month, his film colleague Jeffrey Katzenberg donated $ 100,000. Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google, donated over $ 44,000 to the committee in June. Real estate giant George Marcus contributed over $ 260,000 that same month.

Gavin Newsom recall marketing campaign cash tracker

In summary

Keep track of who’s giving money and where it’s coming from on this dashboard, which is updated daily, in the Gavin Newsom recall campaign.

The forecast for this summer is hot, with a high risk of forest fires and a fever campaign to determine the political fate of Governor Gavin Newsom.

The fight to recall Newsom has already consumed state politics, with the governor has been in campaign mode since March and both sides are already reporting Millions of dollars in the bank. While the recall date has not yet been set, it will be the second big pick in as many years, and a third is on the way in 2022.

For recall supporters, having money and grassroots support will be vital in a state where registered Democrats are two-to-one more Republicans than Republicans. Newsom only added more than $ 5.8 million to its campaign fund in May.

We will follow the money and update this page daily with data from the Foreign Minister. As always, let us know what your questions about funding this wild choice.

How much money did each side raise?

Where does the money come from?

We can only tell this to a certain extent because we don’t know where the small dollar contributions are coming from. However, due to larger contributions that the state classifies as “broken down,” it is clear that the vast majority of the money comes from California.

Who gives the money?

Unlike contributions to candidates, there is no limit to how much donors can give to the recall committees. Here are the top ten contributors on each page.

And we want to hear from you!

methodology

The data is updated daily by the California Secretary of State’s Cal Access Database.

We’ll add broken down and consistent posts to get the grand total from each page. However, we only use itemized posts for analysis by state because post information is not reported for consistent posts.

We ignore contributions between committees that are on the same page of the topic as they are essentially transfers.

To avoid doubling some of the contributions from the Patriot Coalition USA and Rescue California, two pro-recall committees, we ignore non-monetary contributions to the Patriot Coalition. This is because money raised by Rescue California that was earmarked for main committee activities such as collecting signatures must be reported by both committees.

This tracker contains committees formed by candidates specifically for the recall. We currently have the following committees:

FPPC ID Surname
1424018 CALIFORNIA PATRIOT COALITION – RECALL GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM
1434853 RESCUE CALIFORNIA – TO SUPPORT THE RECALL OF GAVIN NEWSOM
1435892 CAREGIVERS AND CALIFORNIANS UNITED AGAINST THE RECALL OF GOVERNOR NEWSOM, SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL UNION OF HEALTH WORKERS
1436851 STOP GOVERNOR NEWSOM’S REPUBLICAN RECALL
1437098 RECALL NEWSOM! REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION ACTION
1437408 STOP THE STEAL CALIFORNIA and decline GAVIN NEWSOM’s recall
1437864 CLEAN CALIFORNIA, KEVIN FAULCONER’S BALLOT MEASURING COMMITTEE TO RECALL GAVIN NEWSOM

The committees registered with the California FPPC that we believe may be involved in the recall.

A Constitutional Treatment for the Marketing campaign Cash Aristocracy – InsideSources

Conservatives are awakening to a disturbing new reality: we are now being outperformed by a stream of campaign money from liberal donors living in deep blue states. Overall, the Democrats outperformed the Republicans in the 2020 federal races by a massive $ 8.4 billion to $ 5.3 billion, reversing the trends of recent presidential cycles. In the shell game for secret money Joe Biden outdid Donald Trump by six to one. And for the first time in recent years, business interests – from Wall Street to the healthcare industry and beyond –now spend more on Democrats than Republicans.

As a former Republican Senator and freedom-conscious Conservative in New Hampshire, I have long been fundamentally concerned about the corrosive effects of unlimited non-government spending in our political system on our democracy. The notion that such contributions would neither create corruption nor cause Americans to lose confidence in our republic – as the Supreme Court argued in its Citizens United ruling – is completely disconnected from reality. I also know from conversations with other Conservatives that many have deep reservations about the money race outside the state, but are not prepared to give up the former advantage of the Republicans here. Now that the tide has turned on us, it is time for Conservatives to return to the First Principle.

Our constitution protects American citizens from an isolated, unified government. The 10th amendment reserves the states and people all powers that the federal government was not expressly granted. It underpins the dull motto of my state: “Live free or die.” But the money aristocracy of the blue state struggle gutted federalism, our central protection of the constitution against the tyranny that grows in the dark swamps of concentrated power.

The left is using its money advantage for the blue state to surgically target and overwhelm Swing State, Swing Congressional District, and Swing Statehouse Control Elections. While Republicans did remarkably well in voting races in 2020, the House and Senate candidates with the most money won over the past 11 cycles 92 and 80 percent all the time. In almost every swing election, the new kingmaker focuses on nongovernmental funds sourced from a small number of extremely wealthy individuals and brokers who, in most cases, control the flow of financiers. Instead of state voters and party activists, this new aristocracy is choosing our candidates for us. Basis, locally funded candidates are unprofitable and invisible. The candidates have lost control of their own campaigns. Local and state priorities have been submerged. Most critical to what remains of federalism is any swing election nationalized.

Just look at the two Georgia Senate races that led the Senate to democratic control. These races were the most expensive ever with nearly $ 900 million distributed among Georgia voters.

The race alone between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican incumbent David Perdue was incredible $ 510 million in total expenditure, with national expenditure outside the group exceeding the expenditure of the candidates themselves. In comparison, prior to 2018, Pennsylvania was the Senate’s most expensive race of all time $ 180 million.

And if liberal billionaires funding such races aren’t bad enough, the shell game of harmless sounding organizations giving each other and then SuperPACs, with the original donors of that money often hidden from view, means there is no way of knowing whether the original The source of the contributions even comes from this country. Entrepreneur two years ago Imaad Zuberi pleaded guilty to forwarding illegal donations from a Saudi citizen to Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. With vicious foreign interests playing a more active role in the American election, It is likely that significant illegal foreign contributions will be laundered in US SuperPACs.

The solution lies in the Constitution itself – a 28th amendment designed to help curb the corrupt influence of concentrated money on politics. The corruption crisis is so obvious to Republican voters that more than two thirds of us Support a 28th amendment to the Constitution to restore power to Congress and states and to set limits on non-running campaign funds.

Yes, a 28th amendment would approve limits. But it would preserve freedom by completely delegating the “how” to the legislature. Montana may want to reinstate its corporate contributions ban law. New Hampshire may want to enact a donor-voter bill banning non-state campaign funds. Congress may decide to allow greater direct contributions from identified individuals to candidates, but limit the flow of campaign funds through outside groups. The need for a 28th Amendment is enforced by fundamental conservative principles and by our founders’ vision of government accountable only to the governed and free from the risks of corruption and tyranny associated with concentrated power.