Soros spent at least $ 3.2 million during the 2021 elections


George Soros spends millions of dollars on political contributions each election cycle, and the 2021 election was no different. The Capital Research Center has found that Soros spent approximately $3.2 million on political contributions during 2021.

Gubernatorial Races. Soros and his son Alexander Soros each gave $4,900 to Phillip Murphy’s successful campaign in New Jersey. Meanwhile, in the Virginia race Soros contributed $250,000 to Terry McAuliffe, making himself one of the election’s biggest donors.

District Attorney Elections. In Virginia, Soros used two political action committees (PACs) — the Justice and Public Safety PAC and the Democracy PAC — to contribute roughly $220,000 to left-wing district attorney Ramin Fatehi’s campaign for Norfolk Commonwealth attorney. In Pennsylvania, Soros contributed $259,000 to the Pennsylvania Justice and Public Safety PAC buying ads for left-wing district attorney Larry Krasner who won reelection. Soros was also active in New York elections, where he contributed $50,000 to People’s Action Power and $72,000 to the New York Justice & Public Safety PAC. These contributions supported Alvin Bragg, the newly elected Manhattan district attorney, who was also endorsed by the Color of Change PAC after Soros contributed $1 million to the group in May 2021.

Texas Ballot Initiative. In October, Soros gave $500,000 to the Equity PAC, a No Way on Prop A campaign team, which opposed the city of Austin to hire more police officers in response to a wave of crime that hit the city since the election of the left-wing district attorney, Jose Garza, whom Soros also helped get elected.

National PACs and the DNC. As mentioned, Soros gave $1 million to the Color of Change PAC and $102,000 to his Democracy PAC. According to Federal Election Commission records, Soros gave $473,000 to the Democratic National Convention and $250,000 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

Soros and a Red Wave. In 2021, George Soros spent at least $ 3.2 million on political contributions, giving unusually large sums to seemingly second-rate district attorneys races, while remaining a pillar of funding for the Democratic Party and key gubernatorial races. Soros and his allies clearly spent an unusually large amount in preparation for 2021. Although many pollsters did not anticipate the “red wave” that overtook the 2021 elections, it seems that Soros and his allies might have.