Obama-backed, owner-managed group raised more than $11 million in 2017; target Republicans in 12 States

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A redistricting group, with the support of the former President Barack Obama and the leadership of the former attorney general Eric Holder raised more than $11 million last year and has a new fundraising to help goal of $30 million, the upcoming efforts to target Republicans in 12 States.

The National democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC), a DC-based organization, founded in the year 2016, will be directed by the holder, is dedicated to “the adoption of a comprehensive, multi-cycle democratic party’s redistricting strategy.”

The group was formed, in part, by Obama’s displeasure with the house Republican majority during part of his presidency, and claims that gerrymandering, both parties, has led to “devastating” policy.

“These gerrymandered districts have devastating political consequences, leads to some of the most right-wing of the legislation that stand up for decades, both in Congress and at the state level, including attacks on the health of women, suppressing the vote for people of color, failing to deal with climate change, and refused, to the epidemic of gun violence,” the group-is site. have had “These measures do not reflect the majority of voters, but because the Republicans manipulated the system to their favor, the voters are limited in their ability to do something about it.”

NDRC reports raise a total of $11 million in the last year, between the numerous persons, the NDRC, the National Redistricting Foundation and the National Redistricting Action Fund. Holder said the group has a goal of raising $30 million in 2018.

The NDRC, for the first time, politically active, by more than $1 million in the Virginia gubernatorial race last year to Democrat Ralph Northam, now Virginia’s Governor, has her sights on the Republicans, and initiatives in 12 States.

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