Search results for ‘the 2020 election’


  • Non-profit

    Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN)

    The Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is a Unitarian Universalist religious organization that advocates for broadly left-of-center policies on racial, environmental, economic, and LGBT issues, as well as more maximalist left-wing positions on topics including abortion and election security.
  • Non-profit

    Way to Win Action Fund (WWAF)

    The Way to Win Action Fund (WWAF) is an affiliate of Way to Win, a left-of-center activism hub which also manages the Way to Lead PAC and Way to Rise, a left-of-center strategy group which directs funding from donors and institutions to local activists and political organizations.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA)

    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA), sometimes known as the Climate Cabinet Action Fund, is a social welfare group that seeks to “solve climate change” by building left-of-center climate policy-supporting legislative majorities at the state and local levels. The organization’s stated goal is to attain legislative majorities in 30 states, 300 counties,
  • Political Party/527

    Women’s March Win

    Women’s March Win is the political action committee associated with the left-of-center activist group Women’s March. The PAC was founded in 2020, and spent more than $300,000 supporting Joe Biden against Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. The organization embraces a left-of-center view of America that
  • Political Party/527

    Justice Unites Us PAC

    The Justice Unites Us PAC is a super PAC that drew scrutiny during the 2022 election cycle for its tactics of spending nearly $1 million in a closely contested Democratic congressional primary in Oregon and allegedly legally manipulating its filing schedule to avoid revealing the organization’s donors until after the
  • Non-profit

    Cleveland Foundation

    The Cleveland Foundation is a grantmaking foundation based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in the 1910s, the foundation is among the largest grantmaking institutions in the United States with over $3.2 billion in assets under management and over $120 million in annual grants distributed. The foundation bills itself as the “world’s
  • For-profit

    The Management Action Center

    The Management Action Center is the sister organization of The Management Center (TMC), a left-of-center management consulting and training firm.
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU)

    The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) is a research and advocacy organization which publishes reports, informational materials, and other content intended to bolster the influence of Muslim Americans. Founded in 2002, the ISPU maintains a presence in Washington, D.C., and in Dearborn, Michigan, a city with one of
  • Non-profit

    Psephos

    Psephos is a nonprofit known for founding and managing the National Election Defense Coalition (NEDC), a bipartisan electoral watchdog that includes conservative members like Americans for Tax Reform and left-leaning members like the Brennan Center for Justice. NEDC has also included libertarian members in the past, like
  • Non-profit

    Media and Democracy Project

    Media and Democracy Project is a media advocacy organization that urges news outlets and journalists adopt more aggressive left-of-center stances on issues such as abortion, 1 climate change,
  • Political Party/527

    State Tea Party Express

    The State Tea Party Express was launched in October 2011 as an arm of Tea Party Express. 1 The group was reportedly formed as a “social
  • Non-profit

    Voice for Refuge Action Fund (Voice for Refuge)

    Voice for Refuge Action Fund (Voice for Refuge) is a left-of-center activist organization that supports pro-refugee and immigration-expansionist policies at the local, state, and national level. 1 Voice for Refuge claimed that the Trump
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP)

    Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) is a judicial institute within Georgetown University Law Center 1 that uses litigation to advance various left-of-center policy priorities.
  • Other Group

    Culture Surge

    Culture Surge is a coalition of 900 artists, organizers, and organizations that seek to change politics through artistic production. Though the organization is formally non-partisan, its ideological output tends to be left-of-center. Culture Surge’s website states that its artists are “working together in this vital moment for the survival of our
  • Non-profit

    William J. and Lia G. Poorvu Family Foundation

    The William J. and Lia G. Poorvu Family Foundation makes grants to left-of-center causes as well as educational institutions and the arts. The foundation has made sizeable donations to Yale University
  • Other Group

    Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P)

    The purpose of the project was to provide information and research for election officials at the state and local level in coordination with federal officials to prevent foreign interference in the 2020 election from hostile foreign governments and non-state actors. The project published resource guides about blocking the hacking of
  • Non-profit

    Daniel L. Nir and Jill E. Braufman Family Foundation

    The Daniel L. Nir and Jill E. Braufman Family Foundation is a private foundation founded in 2004 by Daniel Nir, the founder and former CEO of hedge fund Gracie Capital, and his wife, Jill Braufman.
  • Non-profit

    Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund (WKF)

    The Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund (WKF) is a family philanthropy focused on left-of-center immigration policy. It is managed by trustees Edward Kissam and Jo Ann Intili. It is organized as a donor-advised charitable giving fund within Fidelity Charitable.
  • Non-profit

    Lynton Foundation

    The Lynton Foundation is a private nonprofit organization that was founded in 1994 1 and is run by brother and sister
  • Political Party/527

    Worker Power PAC

    The Worker Power PAC is a Democratic Party-aligned Super PAC founded in 2020 as the Working Arizona PAC that expanded to conduct activity in other competitive states in 2022 after changing its name. The PAC is closely aligned with organized labor and has received money from labor unions and other