People (Page 57)


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    Terence M. O’Sullivan

    Terence M. O’Sullivan is a labor union activist and, since 1999, president of the Laborers’ International Union of North America.
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    Teresa Ghilarducci

    Teresa Ghilarducci is a professor at the New School for Social Research.
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    Teresa Shook

    Teresa Shook is a retired lawyer. Shook is credited as the first woman to call for a “women’s march” in Washington, D.C. after the 2016 election, which ultimately became the Women’s March. In November 2018, Shook criticized the leadership of the Women’s March national organization as being “anti-Semitic and
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    Terrence Melvin

    Terrence Melvin is Secretary-Treasurer of the New York State AFL-CIO.
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    Terry McAuliffe

    Terry McAuliffe is a Democratic Party politician and fundraiser[2] most notable for serving as the 72nd Governor of Virginia.[3] Throughout his career McAuliffe has raised over $1 billion for the Democratic Party[4] and leaned on his political connections to create a web of often
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    Thea Lee

    Thea Lee is a labor union-aligned economist who has served as president of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) since 2018. Prior to joining EPI, Lee served in various roles at the AFL-CIO labor union federation, rising to deputy chief of staff.
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    Thomas A. Saenz

    Thomas A. Saenz is the president and general counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF). A longtime activist for expanded immigration and senior advisor to former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D), Saenz is also an occasional columnist at the HuffPost and speaks before
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    Thomas Catan

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    Thomas Gibian

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    Thomas Nides

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    Thomas R. Buffenbarger

    R. Thomas “Tom” Buffenbarger is an American labor leader and President of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
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    Thomas T. Perls

    Thomas Perls MD, MPH is the founding director of the New England Centenarian Study. Born in Palo Alto, California, Perls later moved to Colorado and now lives in Boston.
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    Tiffiniy Cheng

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    Tim Canoll

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    Tim Gill

    Tim Gill is an American computer software programmer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and LGBT rights activist. He is the founder and co-chair of the Gill Foundation, a private Denver-based philanthropic organization supporting the LGBT community across the country.
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    Tim Stoelb

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    Todd BenDor

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    Tom Congdon

    Thomas Boss Congdon Jr. was an American book editor who worked on Russell Baker’s memoir Growing Up, Peter Benchley’s bestselling novel Jaws, and David Halberstam’s 1986 work The Reckoning, ultimately establishing his own publishing house.
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    Tom Daschle

    Tom Daschle is a Democratic Party politician who served as a United States Senator from South Dakota from 1987 until 2005, when he was defeated for re-election by Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.). Daschle served as Senate Democratic leader from 1995 until his defeat, with stints as both Senate Majority Leader
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    Tom Golisano

    Tom Golisano is a billionaire businessman, center-left donor, and founder of the payroll and benefits services company Paychex. Golisano founded the Independence Party of New York and twice ran (unsuccessfully) for New York governor. Golisano has donated to the presidential campaigns of Democrats John Kerry, Dick Gephardt, and Republican-turned-independent Charlie