People (Page 2)


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    Albert J. Dwoskin

    Albert J. Dwoskin is a real estate developer, activist, and major left-of-center donor to the Democratic Party and left-wing causes who resides in Virginia. In addition to being a major donor to left-wing candidates and causes,[1] he sits on the boards of numerous left-wing organizations, at one time
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    Alejandro Ruelas

    Alejandro Ruelas is a corporate advertising executive currently working as managing partner of LatinWorks, a Hispanic-focused ad agency.
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    Alex Bozmoski

    Alex Bozmoski is the Managing Director of RepublicEn, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist advocacy organization.
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    Alex Caputo-Pearl

    Alex Caputo-Pearl is the president of the United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) union and a vice president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). He is an outspoken opponent of charter schools and other education reform measures. Caputo-Pearl has always been seen as a more radical and
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    Alex Dwyer

    Alex Dwyer is the Economic Policy Advisor of American Conservation Coalition, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist organization with financial and advisory board ties to left-wing environmentalist groups.
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    Alex Nussbaum

    Alex Nussbaum is a reporter at Bloomberg news who specializes in energy- and environment-related issues. Before this, he specialized in climate change and environmental issues for Bloomberg. Early Life Nussbaum is a native New Yorker. He is a graduate of Cornell University. [50] In 2002, he attended the
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    Alexander Soros

    Alexander Soros is the son of billionaire George Soros and deputy chair of the Open Society Foundations, a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation created and funded by his father.
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    Alexis Herman

    Alexis Herman is a Democratic Party operative and former United States Secretary of Labor in the Bill Clinton administration. She held multiple positions in the Clinton and Carter administrations, and has taken senior roles with the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and other Democratic political efforts. Since leaving government,
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    Ali Velshi

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    Alicia Garza

    Alicia Garza is a far-left activist credited by left-wing organizations with co-founding the Black Lives Matter movement.
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    Alida Garcia

    Alida Garcia is an attorney and director of coalitions and policy for the center-left advocacy group FWD.us. Garcia previously served as national latino vote deputy director for Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.
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    Alida Messinger

    Alida Ferry Rockefeller is an American philanthropist and the youngest daughter of John Davison Rockefeller III.
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    Aliki Moncrief

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    Alisu Schoua-Glusberg

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    Alixandria Lapp

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    Alyssa Mastromonaco

    Alyssa Mende Mastromonaco is the President of Global Communications Strategy & Talent at A&E Networks as of December 2016. She was previously the Chief Operating Officer of Vice Media. She is also a contributing editor at Marie Claire magazine.
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    Alyssa Milano

    Alyssa Jayne Milano is an American actress and political activist involved in a number of center-left organizations and causes.
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    Amanda Harrington

    Amanda Harrington is a political consultant, activist, and former communications director for the pro-Obamacare group Protect Our Care, a project of the center-left 501(c)(4) advocacy group Sixteen Thirty Fund. Harrington previously served as director of health communications for Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and deputy communications
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    Amanda Nguyen

    Amanda Nguyen is a board member of R Street Institute and CEO and Founder of RISE, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the civil rights of victims of sexual assault and rape.
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    Amanda Renteria

    Amanda Renteria is a Democratic Party operative and a failed candidate in California’s 2018 gubernatorial election. Renteria was national political director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and an adviser to multiple Democratic U.S. senators.