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Koch Network: Future Support for Lawmakers Based on How They Acted Before, During Capitol Breach

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Koch Network: Future Support for Lawmakers Based on How They Acted Before, During Capitol Breach

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The Koch network’s nonprofit group and its linked political action committee (PAC) may not support lawmakers who took certain actions before and during the Jan. 6 Capitol breach. “We decide to support candidates based on their record and ability to lead on policy that will help people improve their lives,’’ Emily Seidel, the CEO of Americans for Prosperity and senior adviser for the super PAC Americans for Prosperity Action, said in a statement to news outlets. “With that standard in mind, lawmakers’ actions leading up to and during last week’s insurrection will weigh heavy in our evaluation of future support. And we will continue to look for ways to support those policymakers who reject the politics of division and work together to move our country forward.” The Koch network was founded by Charles and David Koch, brothers who are businessmen, philanthropists, and GOP megadonors. It was rebranded as Stand Together …

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