newly obtained records reveal that Boone County, Missouri, used taxpayer dollars to join a coalition of left-wing nonprofits that employ private money to influence election operations in local election offices throughout the country.
Through a series of public records requests, the Honest Elections Project discovered that Boone County Clerk Brianna Lennon paid a membership fee of $1,600 to the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence, an $80 million venture by left-wing nonprofit groups to “systematically influence every aspect of election administration” and advance Democrat-backed voting policies in local election offices. Notably, a majority of Boone County voters supported Joe Biden over Donald Trump in the 2020 election (54.9 to 42.4 percent).
Launched last year, the U.S. Alliance for Election Excellence is comprised of left-wing nonprofits such as the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL). During the 2020 election, groups like CTCL received hundreds of millions of dollars from Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg. These “Zuckbucks” were poured into local election offices in battleground states around the country to change how elections are administered, such as by expanding unsecure election protocols like mail-in voting and the use of ballot drop boxes. To make matters worse, the grants were heavily skewed towards Democrat-majority counties, essentially making it a massive Democrat get-out-the-vote operation.
Leading up to the 2020 contest, CTCL distributed roughly $6.8 million“Zuckbucks” to local election offices in Missouri. In response, state Republicans passed HB 1878, which stipulates that “neither the state of Missouri nor any political subdivision thereof that conducts elections shall receive or expend private moneys, excluding in-kind donations, for preparing, administering, or conducting an election, including registering voters.”
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