Ethically Challenged Democrat Candidate
Prominent Indian lobbyist Holly Cook Macarro has raised $431,000 for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, The Washington Post reports.
As a bundler, Macarro was one of the lobbyists who raised the most money for the Hillary Victory Fund, the paper reported. The fund is a joint effort of Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Macarro is a member of the Red Lake Nation who worked at the White House during the Bill Clinton administration. She is now a partner at Ietan Consulting, an Indian law, lobbying and policy firm.
Macarro is married to Mark Macarro, once the subject of a recall attempt, the chairman of the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians. Macarro, along with a felon were recently re-elected to the Tribal Council.
The tribe, based in California, has donated $144,100 to the DNC, including $100,200 for the upcoming Democratic National Convention.
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Pechanga is well known as the tribe that has stolen over $500 million from members via disenrollment, a term used to describe the stripping of citizenship from Native Americans. Pechanga also practices apartheid and segregation on their reservation in Temecula CA.