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Why was Mulvaney aide apparently the first to know about a pro-Kraninger website produced by group tied to voter fraud and forged letters to Congress?
The liberal group Allied Progress urged the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to be on the lookout for suspiciously similar public comments on its proposed payday rule.
There is some evidence that executives at Lincoln attempted to confront Cordray directly. During a May 5 field hearing on the arbitration proposal in Albuquerque, an audience member identified as Chuck Bowman asked Cordray if the plan was tied to his political ambitions. Consumer advocates, including Karl Frisch, an executive director at the progressive group Allied Progress, say Bowman is, in fact, Chuck Coolidge, a principal of Lincoln Strategy Group. Judging from a review of video of the hearing and Coolidge’s social media accounts, Coolidge bears a striking resemblance to Bowman.
Politico is at last able to reveal the force behind “Protect America’s Consumers,” the secretive group that has already spent more than $130,000 on TV and radio ads attacking the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.