A George Soros-funded voter registration group announced Thursday their plans to shutter its doors indefinitely.
Project Vote said in a statement they will “suspend its operations indefinitely” on May 31 as a result of a weak fundraising environment for their cause.
According to Project Vote, the decision to close its doors was made by their management and board of directors.
“The funding environment for voting rights and civic engagement work has never been easy, and it has grown increasingly challenging over the past few years as foundations have cut back on their giving in this area,” the organization said, adding that the civic engagement circumstances for their issues have been restructured and that competition to raise more funds became more difficult.
Originally published by the Daily Caller.