An arm of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) called the Rule of Law Defense Fund (RLDF) made robocalls urging listeners to attend a “Stop the Steal” rally on Jan. 6 along with the time and location of the protest.
RAGA is a political organization that helps elect Republican attorneys general and can accept unlimited contributions from wealthy individuals and corporations.
The top WISCONSIN contributors to RAGA were:
MIllerCoors (now Molson Coors), of Milwaukee, $75,000
Foley & Lardner, of Milwaukee, $60,950
Wisconsin Realtors Association, of Madison, $50,000
Kwik Trip, of La Crosse, $25,000
Klondike Properties, of Monroe, $20,000
Michael Best Strategies, of Madison, $15,875
Dairy Business Association, of Green Bay, $10,000
Forest County Potawatomi Community, of Crandon, $10,000
Kinnard Farms, of Casco, $2,500
Heller Farm Inc., of Alma Center, $2,000
Norm-e-Lane Inc., of Chili, $1,000
Pagel’s Ponderosa Dairy, of Kewaunee, $1,000
Shiloh Dairy, of Greenleaf, $1,000
RAGA was active in the 2018 Wisconsin state elections, doling out more than $2.8 million on electioneering activities to attack Democratic candidate Josh Kaul. Kaul defeated incumbent Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel in that race.
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