Leo and his Federalist Society allies are at the center of the continued effort to gut the Voting Rights Act
Leonard Leo is a zealous conservative activist working to strip Americans of rights and enrich himself and the corrupt special interests who fund him.
He’s willing to erode democracy and endanger Americans to serve himself and his radical agenda.
Leo has access to a $1.6 billion slush fund to advance his extreme views.
We’re here to hold Leo, his network, and the corrupt special interests he serves accountable.
We’ve launched a campaign to shed light on his vast network of influence, corrupt personal dealings, and extreme activism.
Our investigative research exposes Leonard Leo as the architect of the right-wing agenda and highlights the money he’s raking in from his nonprofit shell game.
Leo’s been at the center of the right-wing’s court capture campaign since the very beginning
He manipulates the judicial process to strip Americans of their most basic constitutional rights, protect his wealthy donors, and roll back government oversight.
Leo orchestrated the decades-long campaign to overturn Roe v. Wade
He’s been pivotal in moving every piece on the chess board: selecting anti-choice judges for two Presidents, challenging abortion rights at all levels of government, and bankrolling anti-choice advocacy.
Leo’s in the business of voter suppression.
His enterprise of non-profits is working overtime to strip Americans of their right to vote, challenge election results, and push misinformation about voter fraud.
Leo operates a growing web of nonprofits infusing millions into campaigns and judicial nominations
His nonprofits support right-wing advocacy and lobbying, fund campaigns for ballot measures, and provide air cover for norm-breaking judicial nominations. And now that he has access to a billion-dollar bank account, who knows what he’ll come after next.
Leo’s Dark Money Scheme, Influence-Peddling Deepens with New Revelations Involving Ginni Thomas and Harlan Crow
Watchdogs discuss damning new details linking Leonard Leo to Thomas and Crow ahead of Citizens United ruling