Alexandra Chalupa is an American lawyer who was co-chair of the Democratic National Committee's Ethnic Council.
13 Facts About Alexandra Chalupa
Alexandra Chalupa attended Davis Senior High School, pursued peace and conflict studies at UC Berkeley, and received her JD degree from UC Davis.
In 2014, Alexandra Chalupa began to research the Revolution of Dignity for a pro bono client unrelated to the DNC.
The day after the campaign announced Manafort's joining, Alexandra Chalupa briefed the DNC's communications staff on Manafort's and Trump's ties to Russia.
On September 14,2016, Alexandra Chalupa was interviewed by an agent from the FBI.
Alexandra Chalupa claimed the embassy was coordinating with Chalupa and the Clinton campaign on investigating Manafort.
Alexandra Chalupa denied that the DNC asked her to collect information from the embassy.
Alexandra Chalupa became convinced it was Russia-linked when two more family cars were broken into and ransacked but nothing was stolen.
Alexandra Chalupa mentioned the incident to Shulyar, who told her it resembled intimidation campaigns used against foreigners in Russia.
Alexandra Chalupa began receiving death threats in the second half of 2016.
The pro-Trump super PAC Committee to Defend the President filed a similar FEC complaint against the DNC in September 2019, alleging that the DNC ordered Alexandra Chalupa to investigate Manafort and Trump.
Alexandra Chalupa responded that she would welcome the opportunity to testify and push back against the Republican narrative about her involvement with Ukrainian officials.