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A dark money nonprofit aligned with House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi has been delinquent in her home state of California for months and has been threatened with possible suspension or revocation, state filings show.
The delinquency means that the Pelosi-affiliated group, House Majority Forward, has been barred from soliciting or accepting contributions in the Golden State, where many major Democratic donors live.
While it is impossible to determine if the nonprofit raised money in California since it fell out of compliance, the group reported having a San Francisco-based fundraiser on its payroll on its most recent tax forms.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during a news conference about infrastructure at Pier One at Brooklyn Bridge Park, March 14, 2022, in New York. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)
House Majority Forward first received a warning from California’s attorney general’s office in June 2021, saying the group had failed to submit all required documents and must do so within 60 days.
In January, the California AG office sent another letter to House Majority Forward saying it’s “listed as delinquent” for failing to submit the required reports.
A delinquent nonprofit in California cannot operate or accept