Liberal group| Republicans who voted to invalidate the 2020 election are targeted.

Liberal group| Republicans who voted to invalidate the 2020 election are targeted.

The Voter Protection Project anticipates investing $10 million in the House and Senate midterm elections.

A leftist voting rights organization has promised to spend at least $1 million to remove more than 20 Republican congressmen who voted to challenge the outcome of the presidential election.

On Friday, The Voter Protection Project will make public its list of potential targets after initially discussing its ideas with POLITICO. The PAC has targeted specific senators and House members in part because they each won their most recent contests by a narrow margin.

Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Josh Hawley (Mo. ), and Rick Scott are on the list, which the group refers to as the “Treason Caucus” (Fla.). Among the House lawmakers, the PAC hopes to topple are Reps. Devin Nunes (Calif.), Darrell Issa (Calif.), Scott Perry (Pa.), and Jeff Van Drew (N.J.).

The creator of the Voter Protection Project, Andrew Janz, who ran against Nunes in 2018, claimed that “these are folks who spread the huge myth [that] this election was stolen from Donald Trump.” “These are the same members of Congress and politicians who, after domestic terrorists and insurrectionists attempted to rig an election, returned to the House and Senate floors and voted in favor of these insurrectionists by attempting to nullify a lawful process.

Shortly after a crowd of supporters of former President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in January, 139 Republican members of the House and eight Republican senators voted to protest the election results.

Separately, the group is releasing a second list of targets for tougher races, dubbed “Most Wanted,” that includes Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, and Representatives Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Kevin McCarthy of California, and Matt Gaetz of Texas (Fla.).

The Voter Protection Project estimates that it will spend a total of $10 million on the midterm elections, with these two organizations being its top priority. More than $8 million was invested by the PAC in the 2020 election season.

The organization stated that it intends to start recruiting and raising money for Democratic candidates right away despite the lack of new House redistricting plans. Whether the party can continue to inspire grassroots fundraisers, volunteers, and rank-and-file voters at the same rate it has in recent years, now that Trump is no longer in power to encourage them, is a significant concern for the party.

Voter Protection Project Executive Director Heather Greven said in a statement that “now is not the time to let up on the pressure on a desperate Republican Party who have been relegated to the minority by voters.” By identifying our top immediate targets and amassing a war chest to combat the opponents of democracy and voting rights, VPP isn’t wasting any time.

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