People (Page 101)


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    Wendy Abrams

    Wendy Abrams is an American environmentalist activist.
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    Wendy Grubbs

    Wendy Grubbs is a board member of American Action Forum. She was formerly a special assistant to President George W. Bush.
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    Wendy Schmidt

    Wendy Schmidt is an American billionaire and the wife of former Google CEO Eric Schmidt. Wendy Schmidt has used her fortune to support various environmental and progressive causes. [1]
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    Wendy Weiser

    Wendy Weiser is a left-leaning attorney and elections activist who currently works as the director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, a left-leaning think tank and legal activist organization housed at the New York University Law School. Weiser’s work at the Brennan Center focuses around
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    Wendy Wendlandt

    Wendy Wendlandt is president of the Center for Public Interest Research and senior vice president of the Public Interest Network.
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    Wenonah Hauter

    Wenonah Hauter is the founder and the executive director of Food & Water Watch and Food & Water Action. [11]
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    Weston Milliken

    Weston Milliken is a former management consultant and board secretary for the Democracy Alliance, a collective of left-of-center donors that has been active in orchestrating “the activities of a permanent ‘left infrastructure’” since 2004. [12] He is the son of the late South Carolina textile billionaire and
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    Whitney May

    Whitney May is a co-founder and director of government services at the left-of-center Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), a Chicago-based election advocacy organization which pushes for left-of-center voting policies and election administration. [30] Prior to joining CTCL, May was a local government election official who then
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    Whitney Tymas

    Whitney Tymas is a left-leaning lawyer and political activist who advocates for radical criminal justice reforms. [46] She is the president and treasurer of the Justice and Safety PAC, a collection of more than 20 similarly named political action committees (PACs) at the federal and state levels
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    Wilbur Priester

    Wilbur Priester is chief financial officer for the left-leaning philanthropy consulting firm Arabella Advisors. He also serves in this capacity on the boards of Arabella Advisors’ funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofits, including New Venture Fund, Sixteen Thirty Fund, Hopewell Fund, and Windward Fund.
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    Will Lippincott

    Will Lippincott is a board member of the Democratic opposition research group American Bridge 21st Century Foundation.
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    Will Menaker

    Will Menaker is one of three co-founders and regular co-hosts of Chapo Trap House (Chapo), a for-profit socialist podcast. As of March 2019, Chapo was grossing more than $120,000 per month through the website Patreon. [79] Menaker is the “planner” and “showrunner” of the group, who organizes
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    Will Wilkinson

    Will Wilkinson is a center-left writer and former vice president for research at the formerly nominally libertarian Niskanen Center. Wilkinson is the former U.S. politics correspondent for The Economist magazine, a research fellow for the center-right Cato Institute, and a former program director for the center-right Mercatus Center.
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    William Budinger

    William Budinger is a businessman, inventor, and center-left political activist. He sits on the board of Third Way, the Breakthrough Institute, and the Aspen Institute, and is a donor to the Lincoln Project, the Democratic National Committee, and the 2020 Presidential campaign of Joe
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    William Frisky

    William Frisky is the international vice president of International Brotherhood of Teamsters and is the secretary-treasurer and principal officer of the Local 964 union in Ohio. [106]
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    William Hamilton

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    William J. Barber II

    William J. Barber II is the pastor of Greenleaf Christian Church in Greensboro, NC and a noted left-of-center political activist. [107] Barber is founder and president of Repairers of the Breach and sits as co-chair of the left-wing Poor People’s Campaign.[108] Barber was chair
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    William J. Roberts

    William J. Roberts is a Democratic and liberal political operative working as of early 2021 as managing director for democracy and government reform at the Democratic establishment-aligned think tank Center for American Progress.
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    William Janeway

    William Janeway is an American venture capitalist and economist involved in left-of-center economic policy advocacy. He is a co-founder of the Institute for New Economic Thinking alongside fellow left-of-center financial industry figure George Soros.
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    William Kristol

    William (Bill) Kristol is a political commentator and the son of left-wing-turned-conservative intellectuals Irving Kristol and Gertrude Himmelfarb. [140] Since the mid-1990s, he has been one of the strongest public proponents of foreign policy interventionism (contemporary neoconservatism), and has influenced Republican Party policy concerning health care, immigration, and