The Democracy Alliance Spring Summit was entitled “Charting a Course to Progressive Power.”
The Far Left Dark Money group, Democracy Alliance, held it’s Spring Summit at a posh resort in Atlanta, Georgia this past April.
North Carolina’s Attorney General Josh Stein was not only in attendance, he was a panelist for a session called “How Progressive Attorney Generals are Changing Policy, Politics, and Party.”
Read the full summit agenda.
Over the last two years, radical leftist billionaire George Soros has been pumping millions into Attorney General races across the country in an effort to stack the justice deck. His influence was found in races in Philadelphia and in Texas.
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Multiple high-profile North Carolina Progressives were in attendance at the Fall 2017 event, including Nina Szlosberg-Landis, often refers to herself as a prominent “civic leader.”
The Democracy Alliance Summit Agenda “A Time for Action” mentions her in the panel below via Free Beacon:
What Works? Digging out Begins in the States
Participants will learn about state models on the Left that align resources, strategies, and programs to achieve electoral and policy success. WIN Minnesota Executive Director Denise Cardinal will facilitate a conversation among DA Partner and New Mexico Donor Collaborative Chair Jim Gollin, Put North Carolina First Executive Committee Member Nina Szlosberg-Landis, and WIN Minnesota Board Chair Jeff Blodgett to explore the elements of a winning model as well as the grit, determination, and perseverance required to build, fund, and sustain these efforts over time. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions about the role donors can play to drive collaboration among state and national groups, foster aligned planning of data driven, high impact engagement and electoral campaigns, and promote a culture of accountability and learning.
The conversation will then shift to the audience to hear case studies from donors and practitioners in additional states including Maine, Georgia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania
Szlosberg-Landis has been appointed to multiple positions by Democrat Governor Roy Cooper.
She also donated the maximum amount to Josh Stein’s campaign both for state senate and Attorney General:
03-15-16 – Donation of $2,500
02-10-14 – Donation of $2,500
In addition to her role with Put NC First, Szlosberg-Landis is a former NCDP Chair who resigned during the Randy Voller Scandal in 2013.
She’s also a board member of the progressive group Lillian’s List, the NC League of Conservation Voters (NCLCV), is an advisory board member of the Environmental Defense Fund and is on the board of advisors of WakeUP Wake County Inc., which is a Blueprint NC partner.
WakeUp Wake County has direct ties to the Left-leaning Great Schools In Wake Coalition, Capitol Area Friends of Transit, and Public Schools First NC (PFSNC) which is “project” of WakeUp Wake County and is run mainly by radical Yevonne Brannon.
PFSNC’s partner, Great Schools In Wake, was responsible in part for the 2011 Wake school board protests alongside Rev. Barber. Brannon had used both Greater Schools in Wake and PSFNC to manipulate the practices and policies of the Wake County School Board.
Szlozberg-Landis has also donated to the Coalition to Protect All NC Families and Real Jobs NC which have disseminated smear-style campaign mailer and ads. Szlosberg-Landis made a $250 Political Donation on 4/24/12 to the group. Both groups have ties to the Far Left non-profit, Progress NC.