Project 2025: Full List of Organizations Behind Proposals

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More than a hundred conservative organizations contributed to the proposals put forward by Project 2025.

Project 2025, an initiative spearheaded by the conservative Heritage Foundation, has published a 900-page handbook proposing a massive overhaul of the federal government should former president Donald Trump win back the White House in November, including firing thousands of government workers so that Republican loyalists can be installed in their place.

President Joe Biden‘s campaign has called the document “an extreme policy and personnel playbook for Trump’s second term that should scare the hell out of the American people.” Many of the proposed policies are not popular with voters.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has sought to distance himself from Project 2025.

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Government watchdog Accountable.US launches its “Expose Project 2025” campaign outside of The Heritage Foundation on March 01, 2024, in Washington, D.C. Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. President Donald Trump at the CNN Studios on June…
Government watchdog Accountable.US launches its “Expose Project 2025” campaign outside of The Heritage Foundation on March 01, 2024, in Washington, D.C. Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. President Donald Trump at the CNN Studios on June 27, 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has sought to distance himself from Project 2025.

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“I know nothing about Project 2025,” Trump wrote on his Truth Social platform on Friday. “I have no idea who is behind it. I disagree with some of the things they’re saying and some of the things they’re saying are absolutely ridiculous and abysmal. Anything they do, I wish them luck, but I have nothing to do with them.”

However, more than two dozen people who served in Trump’s administration helped craft Project 2025’s policy document.

Project 2025 has said it does not speak for any candidate or campaign.

“We are a coalition of more than 110 conservative groups advocating policy and personnel recommendations for the next conservative president,” a Project 2025 spokesperson previously said in a statement to Newsweek.

“But it is ultimately up to that president, who we believe will be President Trump, to decide which recommendations to implement.”

Project 2025’s website says a coalition of over 100 conservative organizations helped “form the project pillars.” It adds that the “opinions of Project 2025 and The Heritage Foundation do not necessarily represent the opinions of every one of its advisory board partners.”

Here are all of the conservative organizations involved with Project 2025:

  1. 1792 Exchange
  2. American Accountability Foundation
  3. AAPLOG – American Association of Pro-Life OBGYNs
  4. Alabama Policy Institute
  5. Alliance Defending Freedom
  6. American Center for Law and Justice
  7. American Commitment
  8. American Compass
  9. American Cornerstone Institute
  10. The American Conservative
  11. American Council of Trustees and Alumni
  12. American Family Association
  13. America First Legal
  14. American Juris Link
  15. American Legislative Exchange Council
  16. The American Main Street Initiative
  17. American Moment
  18. American Principles Project
  19. The American Family Project
  20. The American Redistricting Project
  21. Americans United for Life
  22. AMAC Action – The Association of Mature American Citizens
  23. The Bull Moose Project
  24. California Family Council
  25. Calvert Task Group
  26. Centennial Institute at Colorado Christian University
  27. Center for Equal Opportunity
  28. Center for Family & Human Rights
  29. Center for Immigration Studies
  30. Center for Military Readiness
  31. Center for Renewing America
  32. Center for Secure Free Society
  33. Citizens Against Government Waste
  34. The Claremont Institute
  35. Coalition for Liberty
  36. Coalition for a Prosperous America
  37. Committee for Justice
  38. Concerned Women for America
  39. Conservative Partnership Institute
  40. Consumers Defense
  41. Defense of Freedom Institute
  42. Eagle Forum
  43. Ethics and Public Policy Center
  44. Fairer America
  45. Family Policy Alliance
  46. Family Research Council
  47. Feds for Freedom
  48. First Liberty
  49. ForAmerica
  50. Forge Leadership Network
  51. Foundation for American Innovation
  52. Foundation for Government Accountability
  53. Freedom’s Journal Institute
  54. The Frederick Douglass Foundation
  55. Gun Owners Foundation
  56. The Heartland Institute
  57. The Heritage Foundation
  58. Herzog Foundation
  59. MacArthur Society of West Point Graduates
  60. Hillsdale College
  61. Honest Elections Project
  62. Independent Women’s Forum
  63. Institute for Education Reform
  64. Institute for Energy Research
  65. Institute for the American Worker
  66. The Institute for Women’s Health
  67. Intercollegiate Studies Institute
  68. Dr. James Dobson Family Institute
  69. The James Madison Institute
  70. Job Creators Network
  71. Keystone Policy
  72. Leadership Institute
  73. League of American Workers
  74. Liberty University
  75. Mackinac Center for Public Policy
  76. The Malone Institute
  77. Middle East Forum
  78. Media Research Center
  79. Mississippi Center for Public Policy
  80. Moms for Liberty
  81. Mountain States for Policy Center
  82. National Association of Scholars
  83. National Center for Public Policy Research
  84. National Religious Broadcasters
  85. National Rifle Association
  86. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation
  87. Native Americans for Sovereignty & Preservation
  88. Nevada Policy
  89. Noah Webster Educational Foundation
  90. The Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs
  91. Project 21
  92. Pacific Research Institute
  93. The Palm Beach Freedom Institute
  94. Palmetto Promise
  95. Patrick Henry College
  96. The Patriot Foundation Trust
  97. Personnel Policy Operations
  98. Public Interest Legal Foundation
  99. Protect Our Kids
  100. Recovery for America Now Foundation
  101. Republican Overseas Foundation
  102. SAVE – Stop Abusive and Violent Environments
  103. STARRS – Stand Together Against Racism and Radicalism in the Services
  104. Students for Life of America
  105. Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America
  106. Tea Party Patriots
  107. Texas Public Policy Foundation
  108. Teneo
  109. Turning Point USA
  110. Young America’s Foundation

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