According to a filing made with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Friday, Garipalli, also the co-founder of the International Sleep Network and Clover Health, has now put his name on a $1 million donation made to Coalition for Progress.
“We are updating our report to change the identification of a contributor from DE First Holdings to Vivek Garipalli,” Coalition for Progress President Bari J. Mattes said in an emailed statement, not answering any follow-up questions.
The donation was made on December 24, 2015 and was initially attributed to DE First Holdings, a Wilmington, D.E. based company that had essentially no other identifying details.
At the least, Fulop is expected to face off with former U.S. ambassador to Germany Phil Murphy and state Senate President Steve Sweeney (D-3) in the 2017 June Democratic gubernatorial primary.