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Nancy Beeuwkes

Nancy Beeuwkes is a retired psychiatric nurse, Democratic Party donor, and spouse of Reinier Beeuwkes, a scientist and entrepreneur in the biomedical-pharmacy field. Beeuwkes and her husband between 2016 and 2020 collectively made $1,752,100 in contributions to the Democratic Party and left-of-center organizations, [1] including large sums to support organizations that advocate for taxpayer-funded abortions. [2]

Early Life

Nancy Beewukes was born on November 2, 1940. [3] Since 1992, she has been a member of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. [4] The organization is a state affiliate of the left-of-center League of Women Voters, an organization that advocates for left-of-center positions under the guise of voter education. [5] As of 2021, she is the state program director for the Concord, MA branch of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. [6]

Political Contributions

Nancy Beeuwkes has supported Democrat Party candidates and aligned political action committees (PACs) since 1996. [7]  In 2020, Beeuwkes made a $50,000 contribution to the Biden Victory Fund PAC and a $5,600 contribution to the Joe Biden presidential campaign. [8]   In 2016 Beeuwkes made a $33,400 contribution to the Hillary Victory Fund PAC and a $2,864.70 contribution to the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. [9] In 2011, Beeuwkes contributed $20,000 to the Obama Victory Fund PAC and $5,000 to the Barack Obama presidential campaign. [10]

In 2020, Beeuwkes contributed to the Senatorial campaigns of Raphael Warnock (D-GA) ($2,800), Jon Ossoff (D-GA) ($2,800), and Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) ($2,800), as well as the Congressional campaigns of Haley Stevens (D-MI) ($2,800) and Teresa Fernandez (D-NM), as well as Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) ($2,800), Cheri Bustos (D-IL) ($1,600), and Adam Schiff (D-CA)($1,000). [11]

In 2020, Beeuwkes also made contributions to the failed campaigns of Abby Broyles’ race for Oklahoma’s Senate seat ($2,800), Paulette Jordan’s race for Idaho’s Senate seat ($2,800), Cameron Webb for Virginia’s 5th Congressional District ($2,800), Patricia Timmons-Goodson for North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District ($2,800), Amy Kennedy for New Jersey’s 2nd Congressional District ($2,800), Pat Hackett for Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District ($2,800), Kali Barnett for Kansas’ 1st Congressional District ($2,800), Cindy Banyai for Florida’s 19th Congressional District ($1,800), Diane Mitsch Bush for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District ($1,800), Chris Bubser for California’s 8th Congressional District ($1,800), Sima Ladjevardian for Texas’ 2nd Congressional District ($1,000), Joe Cunningham for South Carolina’s 1st Congressional District ($1,000), and Wendy Davis for Texas’ 21st Congressional District ($1,000), among others. [12]

Support for Abortion

Reinier and Nancy Beeuwkes have made considerable contributions to organizations that support taxpayer-funded abortions. In 2018, the couple made a $600,000 contribution to the Emily’s List Non-Federal PAC. [13] Nancy Beeuwkes has also made personal contributions to organizations that support taxpayer-funded abortions, including a collective $750,000 to Planned Parenthood Votes between 2012 and 2017. [14]

References

  1. “Reinier and Nancy Beeuwkes” Bluetent. https://bluetent.us/funding/reinier-and-nancy-beeuwkes/ ^
  2. “Reinier and Nancy Beeuwkes” Bluetent. https://bluetent.us/funding/reinier-and-nancy-beeuwkes/ ^
  3. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Nuwber. https://nuwber.com/person/563a7829a219445d52bbb993 ^
  4. “Nancy Beeuwkes” League of Women Voters https://my.lwv.org/group/3915/search?search_api_views_fulltext=BEEUWKES; “Nancy Beeuwkes” League of Conservation Voters of Massachusetts. https://lwvma.org/100th-anniversary-local-league-honorees/ ^
  5. “About Us” League of Women Voters. https://www.lwv.org/about-us ^
  6. “Nancy Beeuwkes” League of Women Voters https://my.lwv.org/group/3915/search?search_api_views_fulltext=BEEUWKES; “Nancy Beeuwkes” League of Conservation Voters of Massachusetts. https://lwvma.org/100th-anniversary-local-league-honorees/ ^
  7. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?contributor_name=nancy%20beeuwkes ^
  8. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00703975&committee_id=C00744946&contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes ^
  9. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00358895&committee_id=C00431569&committee_id=C00575795&committee_id=C00586537&committee_id=C00619411&contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes ^
  10. [1]“Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00431445&committee_id=C00451393&committee_id=C00494740&contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes ^
  11. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes&min_date=01%2F01%2F2019&max_date=12%2F30%2F2020 ^
  12. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes&min_date=01%2F01%2F2019&max_date=12%2F30%2F2020 ^
  13. “Beeuwkes, Reinier III & Nancy Contributions to 527 Organizations, 2018 cycle” OpenSecrets. https://www.opensecrets.org/527s/527indivsdetail.php?id=U0000003390&cycle=2018 ^
  14. “Nancy Beeuwkes” Federal Election Commission. https://www.fec.gov/data/receipts/individual-contributions/?committee_id=C00489799&contributor_name=nancy+beeuwkes ^
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