Americans Elect has a neutrality policy for itself as a collectivity and for its directors, officers and paid staff. FAQ: Does Americans Elect support any candidate? No. Americans Elect, its directors, officers, and paid staff do not and will not support or oppose any particular
What do Jon Huntsman, Americans Elect and a Goat have in common? None other than Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild. Cue cameras.
Lady Lynn Forester De Rothschild Violates Americans Elect Rules With Big Money Party For Jon Huntsman
The fundraiser, held at one of the homes of Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, at 435 East 52nd Street in New York City, was a “cocktail reception” where attendees were required to contribute at least $1,000 in exchange for having drinks and hors d’ouevres with Jon Huntsman, who attended the Lady’s fundraiser himself. The money gathered at Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild’s cocktail party went directly to the Jon Huntsman for President campaign. This is in clear violation of the bylaws of Americans Elect, an organization that Lady de Rothschild belongs to, as a member of the Board of Advisors.
Americans Elect characterizes itself as just a platform for a presidential nominating election, not trying to promote or oppose any particular candidacies. But is that really what’s going on? According to its own corporate bylaws and press declarations, Americans Elect leadership is supposed to remain
“A not-for-profit organization, called Americans Elect is establishing ballot access in all 50 states for the candidates for president and vice president in 2012 who will be nominated directly by the people in an online nominating process. The sophisticated website of Americans Elect allows registered
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