For-profits (Page 13)


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    Putnam Partners

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    Raben Group

    The Raben Group is a Democratic Party-aligned lobbying group comprised predominately of former members of President Barack Obama’s and President Bill Clinton’s administrations. [1] It has earned at least $50 million[2] representing many left-of-center and radical interests that include the “dark money”[3]
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    Raging Chicken Press

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    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.
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    Retail Action Project (RAP)

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    ReVenture

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    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.[55] The firm provides digital advertising, campaign mobilization activism, and media strategies for left-wing interest groups and Democratic candidates.
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    RHIA Ventures

    Reproductive Health Investors Alliance (RHIA) Ventures (formerly RHIA Investments) is a left-leaning investment firm which focuses its investments on companies which match its views on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. It was founded in 2018. [80] It is especially focused on legalized abortion, an issue which it
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    Ricchetti Incorporated

    Ricchetti Incorporated is a lobbying firm owned by Jeff Ricchetti that represents major corporate clients. It was previously co-owned by Jeff’s brother Steve Ricchetti, now a senior White House advisor to President Joe Biden. Background Ricchetti Incorporated is a lobbying firm in Washington, D.C. connected to the Democratic Party
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    Rise Up! LLC

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    Robert Kolodny & Associates

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    Rock ‘n Renew

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    Rock & Roll Hotel

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    Salon (Salon.com)

    Salon.com is a liberal blog known in recent years for sensational clickbait headlines, questionable content, and low journalistic standards.[119] Salon has adopted an increasingly strident brand of leftism that feigns outrage to advance the site’s liberal agenda on countless political issues.[120] Salon came to prominence in
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    Salsa Labs

    Salsa Labs, Inc. is a Bethesda, Maryland-based software as a service company that provides donor management, digital marketing, online fundraising, online advocacy, and peer to peer fundraising tools to more than 3,000 nonprofit organizations in North America and around the world.
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    Sandler, Reiff, Lamb, Rosenstein & Birkenstock

    Sandler, Reiff, Lamb, Rosenstein & Birkenstock is a Washington, D.C.-based law firm. Its clients include left-of-center candidates for public office, political action committees, nonprofits, government relations firms, and advocacy groups.
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    Science for the People

    Science for the People (SftP) is a nonprofit left-wing organization that advocates for increased radical scientific research in society.
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    Screen Strategies Media

    Screen Strategies Media is a media strategy and consulting agency that primarily caters to Democratic Party candidates and center-left clients. In 2018, Screen Strategies Media was ranked #3 in the top 50 media vendors in the 2017-2018 election cycle, reporting receipts of $128.7 million from political candidates, parties, PACs, and
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    Sequoia Voting Systems

    Sequoia Voting Systems is a subsidiary of Dominion Voting Systems, a for profit company based in Canada that manufactures digital voting machines, supplying the machines to a large portion of U.S. voters. The company has been forefront in a number of scandals based in its connection to the far-left government
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    Shadow Inc.

    Shadow Inc. is a technology and software development company that aims to “build political power for the progressive movement.” [202] Its technology has been used by Google, Kiva, Apple, the AFL-CIO, the DNC, and the campaigns of former presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.