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George Soros's Democracy PAC Funds Campaign to Persuade Moderate White Women in Key States to Vote Democrat

BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 10: Billionaire investor George Soros speaks on "The Tragedy of the European Union" as a guest of The Institute for Media and Communications Policy on September 10, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Soros said the biggest danger facing Europe through the Eurozone debt crisis is deflation, which the current conservative policies by the Bundesbank that push for austerity in debtor nations will only accelerate. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

George Soros's Democracy PAC has contributed $1 million to the One For All Committee, a political group focused on persuading moderate white women to support Democratic candidates in crucial battleground states, according to a recent campaign finance disclosure. This committee has previously supported key Democratic figures, including President Joe Biden and Democratic Senate candidates, as well as Janet Protasiewicz, a candidate endorsed by Democrats for the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The funds for Democracy PAC primarily come from Soros and the Fund for Policy Reform, a political advocacy organization he established.

Federal Election Commission records show that although One For All has not invested in federal political advertisements this election cycle, it spent millions from 2020 to 2022 promoting Democrats and opposing Republicans. Past advertisements from One For All have addressed various issues, including abortion access, the child tax credit, COVID-19 management, and racial justice. An example includes a 2020 ad criticizing former President Trump's pandemic response and his handling of the protests following George Floyd's death. These ads typically feature white women in suburban settings.

Reid Hoffman, a liberal megadonor and tech entrepreneur, also supported One For All with a $500,000 donation in February, as recorded in campaign finance filings.

Furthermore, Soros's efforts to boost Democratic support extend beyond white women. The latest filings from Democracy PAC reveal contributions to initiatives aimed at engaging Black and Asian voters, while Soros's philanthropic activities have funneled substantial funds into advocacy and voter mobilization for Latinos.