“Exclusive: Nonprofit Funneled Money to Kochs’ Voter Database Effort, Other Conservative Groups”

Open Secrets: “Exactly what part TC4 may have played in funding groups between mid-2011 and this year’s election is currently unknown, because the IRS doesn’t require nonprofits to file their 990s until many months after the end of their fiscal years. TC4′s return showing any grants it gave in late 2011 and early 2012 won’t be available until the spring of 2013. And documents showing its activity running up to Nov. 6 will remain out of public view until the following spring, 2014.   In many ways, TC4 appears to function like the Center to Protect Patient Rights (CPPR) — another large tax-exempt group that has few programs of its own and practically no staff, but through which millions of dollars flow to conservative, politically active nonprofits”

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