For-profits (Page 11)


  • For-profit

    Pennsylvania Environmental Council

  • For-profit

    People of the Heart

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    Perkins Coie

    Perkins Coie is a Seattle-based law firm of more than 1,000 lawyers, roughly 40 of which work for its political law practice that serves Democratic and left-of-center political candidates and non-profit clients. Perkins Coie received at least $26 million for legal fees and related expenses during the 2016 election cycle
  • For-profit

    Pink Elephant Products

  • For-profit

    Polo Resources

  • For-profit

    Progressive Corporation

    The Progressive Corporation is one of the largest providers of car insurance in the United States. The company also insures motorcycles, boats, RVs and commercial vehicles, and provides home insurance through select companies.
  • For-profit

    Progressives Democrats of America

  • For-profit

    Project Earth

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    Project New America

    Project New America (also known as the Majority Institute) is a for-profit left-of-center research and strategy hub that works on polling voters and analyzing their beliefs. It works for numerous left-liberal activists and organizations. Its products are bundled as a subscription service and delivers analysis and demographic information about voters
  • For-profit

    Propel Capital Network

    Propel Capital Network is a for-profit firm that manages donor-advised funds.
  • For-profit

    Public Policy Polling

    Public Policy Polling is a North Carolina-based Democratic polling firm that works for politicians and advocacy groups. Dean Debnam established the firm in 2001, and it has become a prominent public pollster despite both right-of-center and left-of-center observers criticizing the firm’s methodology. Background Public Policy Polling is a Democratic polling
  • For-profit

    Purcell Public Affairs

    The Purcell Public Affairs group is a progressive communications consultancy firm founded by Teresa Purcell that primarily works with left-wing non-profits and political advocacy groups.
  • For-profit

    Purpose

  • For-profit

    Putnam Partners

  • For-profit

    Raben Group

    The Raben Group is a public affairs and strategic communications firm founded and led by Robert Raben, former U.S. Assistant Attorney General.
  • For-profit

    Raging Chicken Press

  • For-profit

    Redwood Enterprise

    Redwood Enterprise is a Washington D.C.-based consultancy and business advisory firm that works with left-of-center organizations that promote diversity and social inclusion.
  • For-profit

    Retail Action Project (RAP)

  • For-profit

    ReVenture

  • For-profit

    Revolution Messaging

    Revolution Messaging is a Washington D.C.-based Democratic Party-aligned campaign consulting firm founded in 2009 by Scott Goodstein, the former external online director of President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign.[90] The firm provides digital advertising, campaign mobilization activism, and media strategies for left-wing interest groups and Democratic candidates.