NEWS — Silicon Valley megadonors like Dustin Moskovitz have quietly unleashed a $100 million anti-Trump TV campaign. It's a massive, last-minute play that is totally under the radar. The super PAC has raised $65 million in 45 days. Exclusive here —>
Dustin Moskovitz's team — led by — has read the academic literature closely and concluded that TV ads really do work. And so they've been telling allies throughout the year that they wanted to spend big money on TV — very late in the cycle.
This is amazing work by , his team, and all those who contributed. I love these ads.
The greatest minds of Silicon Valley and Madison Avenue have come together to conclude that the best investment is "late TV ads that come just before Election Day"
This is just a great scoop, great story, great look at the people on the cutting edge of electioneering —>
“[The super PAC] has been leading a separate, previously unreported $28 million proposed campaign to elect a Democrat to the US Senate from Texas, Recode has learned.”
In the event of Biden-Harris victory this is kind of $ that will make them think twice about breaking up Silicon Valley. Conservatives should think about whether adherence to right-wing norms is worth allowing this much power to concentrate in few hands
Democratic super PAC Future Forward and Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz are spending $100 million against Trump
The Texas Senate race gets more interesting every day. Democratic super PAC Future Forward and Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz are spending $28 million to help ⁦⁩ in Texas.
Re the new piece on Team 's late campaign investments, I wrote a bit about the effective altruist case for focusing on 2020 for our newsletter a little while back