Isaac Applbaum had been a member of the American Action Network's board of directors since its founding in 2009.
Billionaire investor Howard Marks and private equity executives with firms like Bain Capital and Neuberger Berman made earmarked donations through a No Labels PAC this year.
Two more board members, with No Labels since 2009 and 2011, have been dropped from its roster as the dark money group readies a third-party presidential ticket.
A new disclosure revealing a fraction of No Labels' donors shows the group has been fundraising from corporate executives, many of whom sit atop private equity firms.
The group has been hiring Republican fundraisers, campaigners, and policy advisers as it works to advance a presidential ticket that many believe would pull votes from President Biden.
While much of the funding to the "dark money" behemoths tied to the leaders of Congress remains a mystery, a review of corporate disclosures reveals more of the companies that have donated.
While community groups work to mobilize voters, a deluge of TV ads is set to make Wisconsin's the most expensive state supreme court race ever.