Search results for ‘Democracy Alliance’


  • Other Group

    Committee on States

    See Also: Democracy Alliance (DA) (Other Group) The Committee on States is the state-level counterpart organization to the left-of-center donor conglomerate Democracy Alliance. According to Democracy Alliance documents, the Committee on States and the Democracy Alliance both share the same address,[1] and like the Democracy Alliance
  • For-profit

    Texas Future Project

    The Texas Future Project (TFP) is a left-of-center political strategy organization that endeavors to shift the balance of governance in Texas from Republican-leaning to Democratic-leaning.  Founded in 2013 by “top democratic donors” in connection with Texas AFL-CIO, TFP partners with left-leaning political committees and advocacy groups including Battleground
  • Non-profit

    State Engagement Fund

    The State Engagement Fund is a left-of-center 501(c)(4) advocacy organization that funnels money to select left-wing groups. Observers have characterized State Engagement Fund as a “dark money” organization, since by law it does not have to disclose its donors. [43] The organization has deep connections to the
  • Non-profit

    UltraViolet Action

    UltraViolet Action is the lobbying arm of UltraViolet, a left-progressive advocacy organization, which generates campaigns on LGBT-interest and social-liberal women’s issues, typically involving petitions, social media engagement, and small protests. Background UltraViolet, UltraViolet Action’s parent organization, was founded in February 2012 with funding from the Citizen Engagement
  • Non-profit

    UltraViolet

    UltraViolet (formally UltraViolet Education Fund) is a social-progressive nonprofit that advocates for LGBT and expanded abortion access, usually using social media campaigns, petitions, and small protests, oftentimes alongside or in conjunction with other left-of-center groups. UltraViolet Action is the organization’s lobbying arm. High-profile figures against whom the organization has
  • Non-profit

    R Street Institute

    The R Street Institute is a public policy think tank based in Washington, D.C., that was spun off from the right-of-center and Chicago-based Heartland Institute in 2012. [112] R Street’s president and co-founder, Eli Lehrer, was formerly the head of the Heartland affiliate in Washington, D.C.
  • Non-profit

    One Pennsylvania

    One Pennsylvania (or OnePA) is a left-of-center activist group associated with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Its president, Gabe Morgan, is a vice president of 32BJ, an SEIU local union active throughout the northeastern United States; its executive director, Erin Kramer, is also a career SEIU organizer.
  • Person

    Jonathan Rosen

    For more information, see BerlinRosen (For-Profit) Jonathan Rosen is a Democratic Party political consultant and close political ally of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) who works as principal and co-founder of BerlinRosen, a campaign consulting and public affairs firm. Rosen is charged with the firm’s
  • Non-profit

    The Indivisible Project (Indivisible)

    The Indivisible Project (or Indivisible) is a left-of-center 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., and created in late 2016 as a response to the election of President Donald Trump. The Indivisible Project was established to provide liberals a practical guide for “Resisting the Trump Agenda.” [259] The
  • Non-profit

    People’s Action

    People’s Action is the 501(c)(4) lobbying arm of People’s Action Institute, a consortium of left-wing community organizing groups. Criticism of Trump Administration People’s Action signed a letter condemning the immigration policy of the Trump Administration and urging American CEOs not to employ anyone involved with the policy. It accused
  • Person

    Erica Payne

    Erica Payne is a left-of-center political operative who started a number of organizations aimed at influencing the news and public policy through media campaigns featuring influential liberal donors and activists and publicity stunts. She began her career in politics working for former U.S. Senator Terry Sanford (D-NC) and later worked
  • 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
  • Person

    Sandor Straus

    Sandor Straus is a California-based mathematician and financial investment consultant who is a major donor to Democratic Party candidates and affiliated organizations in the United States. [389] A former campaigner for the left-wing insurgent 1968 Presidential candidacy of U.S. Sen. Eugene McCarthy (D-MN), Straus is also a major
  • Person

    Harold Ickes

    Harold Ickes is a labor lawyer, Democratic political strategist, former Deputy Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton,[415] and a senior advisor to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s political campaigns.[416] In the Clinton White House, Ickes became known as the “Garbage Man”[417] and
  • Non-profit

    Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros Foundation

    Also see Jonathan Soros (Person) The Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros Foundation (JJASF) is a grantmaking foundation created in 2009 by left-wing philanthropist Jonathan Soros and his wife, Jennifer Allan. Jonathan Soros is the chairman of the JJASF and the third child of left-leaning billionaire activist George
  • Other Group

    SourceWatch

    SourceWatch is a wiki-style website run by the left-leaning Center for Media and Democracy.[541]  The website’s content has a liberal bias[542] and the site “cannot guarantee the validity of the information found [on the site]”.[543] SourceWatch’s content is characterized by a left-leaning selectivity
  • Non-profit

    New Organizing Institute Education Fund (NOI Education Fund)

    NOI is defunct. For its successor, see Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) New Organizing Institute Education Fund (NOIEF) was the charitable arm of New Organizing Institute (NOI), a progressive nonprofit that trained digital organizers and campaigners for the Democratic Party. The organization, described by a Washington
  • Non-profit

    Working America Education Fund

    Also see Working America (labor union) The Working America Education Fund is the charitable arm of Working America, the left-of-center “community affiliate” of the AFL-CIO labor union federation. [644] Founded in 2003, Working America is a labor organization that supports left-of-center labor policies and advocates
  • Non-profit

    Voices for Progress

    Voices For Progress is an advocacy and coordination group for left-wing donors. It is a project of The Advocacy Fund, which is affiliated with the incubation and funding group the Tides Foundation. The organization works to promote its issues by educating lawmakers and their staffs on left-of-center proposals and
  • Non-profit

    Verified Voting

    Verified Voting is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that advocates against the use of electronic voting machines, instead championing the use of verified paper ballots to allegedly promote election security. [738] During the 2020 presidential election, Verified Voting participated in recount efforts in Georgia. [739] Despite claiming