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  • Non-profit

    Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ)

    The Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ) is a left-of-center public interest law group located in Durham, North Carolina. It was founded in 2007 and began operations in 2009. Anita Earls, SCSJ’s founder and first executive director, designed it as an organization to help communities and clients with legal assistance,
  • Non-profit

    The Intercept

    The Intercept is a left wing news website financially supported by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. It was co-founded in 2014 by left wing journalist Jeremy Scahill, lawyer and journalist Glenn Greenwald, and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras. It frequently reports the details of top secret national security information provided to
  • Person

    Terry McAuliffe

    Terry McAuliffe is a Democratic Party politician and fundraiser[104] most notable for serving as the 72nd Governor of Virginia.[105] Throughout his career McAuliffe has raised over $1 billion for the Democratic Party[106] and leaned on his political connections to create a web of often
  • Person

    Hamilton Fish

    Hamilton “Ham” Fish V is a liberal activist who has financially supported or published numerous liberal political journals, including The Nation, the New Republic, and the Washington Spectator. In November 2017, Fish resigned as publisher of the New Republic following allegations that he had sexually harassed female
  • Non-profit

    American Immigration Council (AIC)

    For more information, see American Immigration Lawyers Association (Nonprofit) The American Immigration Council (AIC) is a 501(c)(3) advocacy group in favor of expanding immigration to the United States and granting legal status to some populations of illegal immigrants. It was founded by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • For-profit

    Salon (Salon.com)

    Salon.com is a liberal blog known in recent years for sensational clickbait headlines, questionable content, and low journalistic standards.[314] Salon has adopted an increasingly strident brand of leftism that feigns outrage to advance the site’s liberal agenda on countless political issues.[315] Salon came to prominence in
  • Non-profit

    Voqal Fund (Instructional Telecommunications Foundation)

    The Instructional Telecommunications Foundation, doing business as Voqal, is a lobbying nonprofit which advocates for left-of-center policies, including increased government regulation of public broadcasting. Voqal provides substantial funding to groups involved with the Democracy Alliance, a donor collaborative for high-profile funding groups on the Left. Voqal generates revenue by
  • Non-profit

    Niskanen Center

    The Niskanen Center is a nominally libertarian 501(c)(3) environmental think tank with ties to center-left environmental groups. The Center was created in January 2015 and is headed by Jerry Taylor, a global warming advocate and environmental activist who authored a 2015 report The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax.
  • Non-profit

    Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC)

    The Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC) is a donor-advised fund provider established in 1958 that manages funds for 2,700 separate charitable individuals, families and organizations. [451] [452] Donations from FFTC accounts to nonprofits during donation years 1999 through 2017 equaled at least $2.1 billion.
  • Other Group

    SourceWatch

    SourceWatch is a wiki-style website run by the left-leaning Center for Media and Democracy.[500]  The website’s content has a liberal bias[501] and the site “cannot guarantee the validity of the information found [on the site]”.[502] SourceWatch’s content is characterized by a left-leaning selectivity
  • Person

    Lisa Graves

    Lisa Graves is a left-of-center activist who previously served as executive director at the Center For Media and Democracy (CMD) from 2009-2017, where she continues as a senior research fellow.[567] Graves is currently president of the private consulting company True North Research and a co-director at
  • Person

    Bill Clinton

    Bill Clinton is a Democratic politician who served as President of the United States from January 20, 1993 until January 20, 2001. He is the husband of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the father of Chelsea Clinton. In December 1998 he was impeached by
  • Non-profit

    California Endowment

    The California Endowment is a left-leaning grantmaking organization founded in 1996 as a nonprofit public benefit corporation chartered by the State of California.[913] It bills itself as the largest private health foundation in California with three billion dollars in assets. [914] The Endowment promotes a health
  • Non-profit

    Progressive States Network (PSN)

    Also see successor groups: State Innovation Exchange, SIX Action (Non-profits) The Progressive States Network (PSN) was a left-of-center organization, which included electoral groups, business associations, educational institutions, and advocacy organizations.[942] It aimed “to transform the political landscape by supporting state legislators” and providing “strategic support in
  • Non-profit

    Progress Michigan

    Progress Michigan a left-of-center advocacy organization in Michigan. It is one of 22 state-level networks of Progress Now, a national organization of liberal groups started in Colorado to support left-wing networking and rapid response communications.[964] Progress Michigan engages in political activity through social media and online communications,
  • Non-profit

    National Popular Vote (NPV)

    National Popular Vote (NPV) was founded in 2006 by lottery scratch-card inventor John Koza and election lawyer Barry Fadem to lobby for an “interstate compact” for states to deliver their electoral votes for President to the “winner” of the national popular vote. While Koza and Fadem are both Democratic donors,
  • Non-profit

    Leonard & Sophie Davis Fund

    The Leonard & Sophie Davis Fund is a private foundation making grants to left-of-center organizations associated with health, education, and Jewish philanthropy. [1025] Alan Davis, the fund’s president, is an advisory board member of Patriotic Millionaires, an organization of rich individuals advocating for left-wing economic policies.
  • Non-profit

    Hopewell Fund

    The Hopewell Fund is a 501(c)(3) funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit managed by Arabella Advisors, a Washington, D.C.-based philanthropy consulting firm. The Hopewell Fund manages a number of left-of-center single-issue advocacy groups, including the Economic Security Project and pro-Obamacare Get America Covered. The Hopewell Fund often operates alongside its “sister” nonprofits, primarily
  • Non-profit

    Courage Campaign

    Courage Campaign (CC) is a left-of-center organization that uses grassroots lobbying methods to bring attention to progressive issues such as immigration, net neutrality, and social justice. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Courage Campaign is affiliated with Courage Campaign Super PAC, the 527
  • Non-profit

    Case Foundation

    The Stephen Case Foundation (also known as the Case Foundation) is a private foundation that gives grants to organizations that support charitable and center-left social initiatives. Background Jean and Steve Case founded the Stephen Case Foundation in 1997 after serving in executive positions at America Online. [1094] The