Conservative billionaires Charles and David Koch will expand their network as they seek to target three crucial groups of voters moving forward.
According to The Hill, Koch-led organizations centered on veterans, young voters, and Hispanics will have a presence in 35 states by the end of January. As of now, the three groups have offices in far less states — Concerned Veterans for America is in 16 states, Generation Opportunity is in four, and the Libre Initiative is in 10.
The first phase of the move will be to have the three aforementioned groups share office space with Americans for Prosperity, which is already in 35 states.
The moves could spur the growth of 1,200 jobs, reports the Hill, and it will likely increase the influence the powerful network has on elections down the road.
The Koch brothers have not opened their deep pockets for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and are instead helping Republicans in tight Senate races as the party fights to retain control of the chamber.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Trump's running mate, pulled out of attending a high-level donor summit hosted by the Koch brothers in July.
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