Search results for ‘the 2020 election’

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    Tim Tsujii

    Tim Tsujii is the director of elections for the Forsyth County Board of Elections in North Carolina, and sits on the advisory committee of the Center for Tech and Civic Life.
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    Indivisible Philadelphia

    Indivisible Philadelphia is a Democratic get-out-the-vote organization based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is a chapter of Indivisible, a Washington, D.C.-based advocacy group. The organization’s flagship voter outreach project is the 35 Doors Project, in which organization members commit to knocking on 35 doors and talking to voters.
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    Safeguarding Democracy Project

    The Safeguarding Democracy Project is a project of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Law School founded by Richard L. Hasen, a prominent election law professor who has criticized voter identification laws and accused Republicans of using the COVID-19 pandemic to keep Democratic voters from voting. In its mission
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    Force Multiplier

    Force Multiplier is a left-of center activism group founded to oppose President Donald Trump. It now raises money via direct donations through Act Blue for Democratic candidates and get-out-the-vote efforts in swing states. 1
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    Edward B. Foley

    Edward B. Foley is a law professor who has written on left-of-center election-administration issues for the Washington Post. Foley advocates for expanded early voting, mail-in voting, and other changes to election laws to increase participation. Foley has been outspoken in his opposition to President Donald Trump. Foley has called
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    You Can Vote

    You Can Vote is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that engages in voter registration campaigns in North Carolina. It targets ethnic-minority communities to increase voter registration and distribute left-of-center ballot infographics. 1 You Can Vote
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    Vigil for Democracy

    Vigil for Democracy is a left-of-center agitation organization that organizes rallies, boycotts, protests, strikes, and other actions to “mass mobilize against tyranny” 1 and advocate for left-of-center policy outcomes.
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    Matthew Masterson

    Matthew Masterson is a member of the left-of-center advisory group National Task Force on Election Crises, and frequent author for the Virality Project, a think tank designed to assess and control the flow of ideas and information disseminated to the general public through social media. Masterson is the former
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    Way to Rise

    Way to Rise is a left-of-center strategy group that works to direct funding from donors and grantmaking institutions to local activists and political organizations. The group opposes what it calls the “boom and bust cycle of funding” and aims to ensure a continuous flow of financial resources to local left-of-center
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    Maria Teresa Kumar

    Maria Teresa Kumar is the co-founder and CEO of Voto Latino and a long-time MSNBC contributor. Kumar is a member of the National Task Force on Election Crises.
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    Tammy Patrick

    Tammy Patrick is a former Arizona election official who studies, writes, and speaks about election administration in the United States. She advocates for more ballot-drop boxes, more early voting, and additional mail-in voting, even calling for prepaid postage on absentee ballots mailed to voters. She is on the board of
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    Republicans for Voting Rights

    Republicans for Voting Rights (RVR) advocates for loosened voting requirements and opposes election integrity legislation. While the organization is nominally right-of-center, claiming to represent Republican Party voters, it explicitly targets Republican lawmakers and policy advocates who support measures aimed at preventing voter fraud and election manipulation. RVR also calls on
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    Pamela Smith

    Pamela Smith is a left-of-center election law activist known for her opposition to electronic voting. 1 She works as president and CEO of
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    Paul Rosenzweig

    Paul Rosenzweig is an American lawyer, academic, and former national security official. He held a senior position at the Department of Homeland Security under former President George W. Bush during his second term in office. Immediately after leaving federal government service, Rosenzweig founded Red Branch Consulting, a homeland
  • Non-profit is a left-of-center get-out-the-vote organization specifically designed to mobilize minority communities through online communications and resources. 1 says it is the “largest 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan voting registration and get-out-the-vote (GOTV) technology platform in America, with the goal of reaching
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    Yoel Roth

    Yoel Roth is a senior employee of the social media company Twitter. His title is “Head of Site Integrity,” a position which involves developing policies related to spam blocking and data protection, as well as the site’s practice of selective censorship and narrative shaping, particularly when it comes to
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    The Voter Project

    The Voter Project is a left-of-center organization that promotes increased vote-by-mail and voter registration in Pennsylvania. 1 Originally founded in 2020 to implement Pennsylvania’s Act 77 law that expanded
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    Tom Coleman

    Earl Thomas “Tom” Coleman is a former Republican member of the House of Representatives and a critic of former President Donald Trump. He represented Missouri from 1976 to 1993.
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    Trevor Potter

    Trevor Potter is a lawyer and the president and founder of the Campaign Legal Center (CLC), a legal advocacy group that advocates for stricter campaign finance laws and more lenient voting laws. 1
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    The Strategic Victory Fund

    The Strategic Victory Fund is a political action committee started by the left-of-center Democracy Alliance in 2020 in an effort to defeat President Donald Trump.