The group was attempting to ride the wave of discontent among parents in recent months over such issues as school’s COVID lockdowns, curriculum, gender-related issues and what they considered a lack of transparency among school boards on such issues.
As a result, nonpartisan, local school boards became fiercely political.
Candidates ran in opposition to what they considered “woke” ideology in public schools.
The 1776 Project PAC steered millions of dollars into local school races this year amid predictions of a red wave. But on Tuesday, just a third of its roughly 50 candidates won.