Utah Candidates Spar over Democrat Complex


    McMullin, who is a Utah independently-minded Senate candidate, accused Lee of “feeding the Democrat industrial complex” through the use of Democrat platforms and the operatives of his campaign to keep it running.

    The controversy comes after the publication of a report that revealed self-declared indépendant McMullin has paid $1.6 million in fees to Democrat companies. McMullin also uses an ActBlue-based Democrat platform for fundraising instead of WinRed, which is a Republican fundraiser.

    Breitbart News reported:

    “The McMullin campaign has reported paying more than $1.6 million for the 2022 election and more than $70,000 for Break Something, a digital political and advertising company that is focused on “electing Democrats, furthering causes, and creating change.””

    “The Utah Never Trumper paid $281,184 to Precision Strategies, a Democrat consulting company founded by the top Biden Allies Stephanie Cutter and Jen O'Malley Dillon. The campaign also gave $182,151 towards Impact Research, a Democrat research and polling company which counts the president Joe Biden as one of its clients.”

    This campaign paid millions of dollars to various Democrat firms like Foundation Strategies, Spiros Consulting, Blueprint Public Affairs, Deliver Strategies, and KMM Strategies.

    Andrew Roberts, McMullin's campaign manager, has also worked on Democrat elections on behalf of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Michael Bloomberg, and Ben McAdams.

    McMullin will also raise money in conjunction with Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) on Tuesday, even though McMullin declared that he would be an uninvolved voice in the Senate in the event of his election.


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