Heritage Action's $24 Million "Election Integrity" PlanPublished on March 24, 2021
An internal document from Heritage Action, the political arm of the Heritage Foundation, described their plans to spend $24 million in 2021-22 to push anti-voter policies in eight states.
“Heritage Action will focus on the states with the most vulnerable election laws across the country, which have the largest national political impact,” read the plan, noting that the group would be targeting Arizona, Michigan, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Nevada, Texas, and Wisconsin.
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