Zuck Bucks are a major concern for Board of Election offices in these red states

Feb 15, 2023

Americans now know in the run-up to 2020, Twitter executives colluded with the FBI.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg poured money into local election boards allegedly for “COVID-19 relief.”

And now Zuck Bucks are a major concern for Board of Election offices in these red states.

After the 2020 election, the media and leftist Democrats joined with Republicans Mitt Romney and Nancy Mace to blame Donald Trump.

But we now know there definitely were some shenanigans taking place behind the scenes.

Banning Zuck Bucks backfired?

One of the things investigators noticed, was the massive influx of money from groups funded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

Many states either banned or attempted to ban such funding of election offices.

But now, at least one nonprofit organization that poured Mark Zuckerberg’s “Zuck Bucks” into local election offices during the 2020 Presidential election is finding loopholes.

And if reports are correct, even in red states that have banned such money, they are doing even more this cycle.

The Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), along with other “left-wing” nonprofits and corporations, have formed an $80 million initiative called the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence.

This Alliance claims to assist election offices with grants, training, resources, and consulting services.

The Alliance has member offices called “Centers for Election Excellence” and claims to be nonpartisan.

However, a review of their documents by the Honest Elections Project and the John Locke Foundation proved otherwise.

Finding loopholes and other ways to circumvent state laws

The documents show the group is set up to “systematically influence” aspects of the election administration and push “progressive” voting policies by working around state laws that now ban public funding for election offices.

And those involved with the project are closely aligned with various left-wing nonprofits.

The group’s “unusual and complex structure” allows for loopholes to be found in laws that block public funding.

“[The Alliance] allows CTCL and its partners to get into election offices, instead of parachuting in the way they did in 2020. They want to go to stay, they want to learn everything about how these offices function, they want to push, you know, what they term best practices, guidance, resources, trainings, technology, software, to reshape the way that they function,” Honest Elections Project Executive Director Jason Snead told the Daily Caller News Foundation

The group has been funded by a wide array of leftist organizations over the years and works closely with Arabella Advisors.

Arabella Advisors is a nonprofit network that hosts a number of groups who channel “hundreds of millions of dollars” from left-leaning foundations to left-wing organizations.

“Zuck Bucks 2.0”

“This is a coalition of left wing organizations, all of which have had deep ties through their senior staff, founders, etc, to the Democratic Party, to partisan campaigns on the left, and of course, to major left wing, dark money funders as well,” Snead told the Daily Caller.  

CTCL’s Alliance, dubbed “Zuck Bucks 2.0” by the Honest Elections Project, builds on the 2020 “Zuck Bucks” initiative, which used private funding to impact election policy nationwide. 

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan reportedly donated a total of $350 million to CTCL in 2020 for “COVID-19 relief grants” to election offices. 

Following the “Zuck Bucks” initiative, many states implemented legislation that blocked private donations to election offices. 

“The second main thing that the alliance is set up to do is allow CTCL to spread even in states that ban private funding of elections,” Snead continued. “And we suspected that from the jump, which is why we put so much time into trying to understand what the Alliance looks like, what its structure was, so we can understand what their strategy is.” 

The Alliance began by recruiting “Centers for Election Excellence” in states that did not block the use of private funding in election offices.

According to the Honest Elections Project, they later expanded to states that ban private funding, including Utah and Georgia. 

Instead of sending funding directly to the election offices in Georgia, the Alliance sends funding to the respective county’s finance department, which later dispenses the funding to the election offices.

Many election officials were shocked by the large sums of money offered, leading election officials in Ottawa, Michigan, and Brunswick and Forsyth, North Carolina, to announce that they will not be taking any funding from the Alliance. 

Leftist agitators are finding new ways to skirt state law and local opposition.

Deplorable Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story. 

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