People (Page 10)


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    Art Reyes III

    Art Reyes III is a liberal political activist and organizer who was instrumental in Democratic get-out-the-vote efforts in Michigan in the 2020 presidential election. Time magazine identified Reyes as a key figure in the “shadow campaign” to beat former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election. [1] 2020
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    Art Werner

    Art Werner provides accounting seminars for Werner-Rocca Seminars and holds a J.D. and M.S. in taxation.
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    Arthur Blank

    Arthur Blank co-founded the Home Depot in the late 1970s after being fired from a regional hardware store chain in Southern California. After stepping down as CEO of Home Depot in the early 2000s, Blank’s interests centered on a variety of Atlanta-based sports franchises and the Arthur M. Blank Family
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    Arthur Lipson

    Arthur Lipson is a board member for Mvc Capital Inc, Pioneer Municipal & Equity Income Trust, and CIO for Western Investment LLC. He has donated to the Democracy Alliance Conference and other left-wing groups.
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    Arthur Wachtel

    Arthur Wachtel is a Bay Area-based attorney and former public defender in Marin County [28] who donated $67,000 to oppose the 2022 recall of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. [29] Career Wachtel is a prominent criminal defense attorney in Northern California. His clients have
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    Arturo Vargas

    Arturo Vargas is executive director of the NALEO Educational Fund and chief executive officer of NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected Officials).
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    Arun Chaudhary

    Arun Chaudhary is a Democratic political filmmaker for the left-of-center campaign consulting firm Revolution Messaging. He was also a former videographer on President Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign.
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    Aryeh Neier

    Aryeh Neier is a left-of-center political activist, a co-founder of Students for a Democratic Society and Human Rights Watch, and the former president of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF). Early Life and Education Aryeh Neier was born in Berlin in 1937. His parents, both Jews,
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    Ashley Judd

    Ashley Judd is an American actress, liberal activist, and affiliated with the Democrat party.
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    Audrey Cappell

    Audrey Cappell is the founder of Foundation for a Just Society (FJS), a left-of-center organization which makes grants to smaller LGBT advocacy organizations across the globe. Cappell is the daughter of hedge fund manager and left-of-center mega-donor James Simmons. Much of the funding for FJS comes from the
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    Austin Evers

    Austin Evers is the Founder and Executive Director of American Oversight, an organization targeting right-of-center interests and causes through open records requests. [56] He founded the organization in an effort to target the Trump administration. [57] Evers, then a State Department attorney, was
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    Avery Davis-Roberts

    Avery Davis-Roberts is the associate director of the Carter Center’s Democracy Program, where she has worked since January 2003. She is also a member of the National Task Force of Election Crises and a board member of the Election Reformers Network. [72] [73] [74]
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    Avery Gardiner

    Avery Gardiner serves as co-president of the gun control organization Brady Campaign and its affiliate, the Brady Center, alongside Kris Brown. Gardiner was previously chief legal officer for the Brady organizations and lawyer for the Brady organizations’ Legal Action Project.
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    Avral Thompson

    Avral Thompson is a labor union official with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. He is vice president of Teamsters Local 89 in Louisville, Kentucky.
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    Baldemar Velasquez

    Baldemar Velásquez is an American labor union activist. He co-founded and is president of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO.
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    Barack Obama

    Barack Obama (born Barack Hussein Obama II in Honolulu, Hawaii) is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. The first African American to assume the presidency, he was previously the junior United States Senator from Illinois from 2005 to 2008.
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    Barbara A. Stiefel

    Barbara A. Stiefel is the heiress of the Stiefel Medicinal Soap Co. fortune, a major donor to left-of-center politicians and organizations,[89] and the founder of the Barbara Stiefel Foundation. [90] Family Barbara Stiefel is part of the fifth generation of the Stiefel family, which founded
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    Barbara Arnwine

    Barbara Arnwine is a lawyer and advocate for left-of-center causes through litigation and work on the board of several left-leaning organizations. Her main areas of interest are the criminal justice system, race-related litigation, healthcare, and LGBT issues. [106] Career Barbara Arnwine is the former president and executive director
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    Barbara Bowen

    Barbara Bowen is the vice president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), one of the largest and most controversial labor unions in the United States. Bowen is also president of the Professional Staff Congress (PSC), a left-of-center labor union which represents professors of the City University of New
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    Barbara Fried

    Barbara Fried is a Stanford Law School professor and a co-founder of Mind the Gap, a pro-Democratic super PAC. She is the mother of cryptocurrency investor Sam Bankman-Fried. [125] Career After earning bachelor’s, master’s, and law degrees from Harvard University, Barbara Fried started her career