People (Page 72)


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    Ray Marshall

    Freddie Ray Marshall is a labor-union-aligned economist most notable for serving as Secretary of Labor in the Carter administration. With other labor union-aligned scholars, Marshall co-founded the union think tank Economic Policy Institute.
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    Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza

    Rebecca Buckwalter-Poza is a liberal writer and activist.
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    Rebecca Fox

    Rebecca Fox is a senior program officer for the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) program at the Wellspring Philanthropic Fund, a left-of-center foundation founded by three hedge fund billionaires. Fox is a career activist for left-of-center causes, particularly abortion access, health care, and LGBT-interest issues. Career Fox took a
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    Rebecca Gordon

    Rebecca H. Gordon is a partner in the left-leaning law firm Perkins Coie.
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    Rebecca Klaper

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    Rebecca Lambe

    Rebecca Lambe is a Democratic political consultant, and the chief political strategist to former U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-NV). As a Democratic strategist, Lambe is primarily focused on state and federal policy initiatives and Democratic electoral campaigns. [12] Lambe is largely responsible for registering voters and helping
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    Rebecca Parks

    Rebecca Parks is a former Obama administration staffer and political activist who serves as research director for the pro-Obamacare group Protect Our Care. Parks previously served as tracking director for the opposition research PAC American Bridge 21st Century, associate director of the Human Rights Campaign, rapid response
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    Reed Hastings

    Reed Hastings is the cofounder, chairman, and co-CEO of Netflix and a major Democratic political donor. During the 2016 Clinton presidential campaign, Hastings and his wife, Patty Quillin, raised over $100,000 on behalf of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. [33] In 2020, Hastings and
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    Refujio Rodriguez

    Refujio Rodriguez is a left-of-center philanthropic operative currently working as chief equity and program officer at Hope and Heal Fund.
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    Reid Hoffman

    Reid Hoffman is an American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and left-of-center political activist best known for founding LinkedIn. Hoffman was relatively apolitical prior until 2016, when he became an outspoken critic of then-Republican candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election. Following the election, Hoffman called President Trump “worse than useless as
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    Reiner and Nancy Beeuwukes

    Reiner and Nancy Beeuwukes are a Massachusetts-based couple that has long donated to Democratic Party causes, including former presidential nominees Barack Obama and John Kerry. The couple has also donated thousands of dollars to the pro-abortion group Emily’s List. [144]
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    Renee Asher

    Renee Asher is a liberal operative working as executive director of the liberal expansionist immigration group iAmerica and as a special projects director for the SEIU labor union.
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    Rhea Sun Suh

    Rhea Sun Suh is an environmentalist and President of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a center-left environmentalist group that seeks to “safeguard the earth—its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.” Suh became president of the NRDC in January 2015.
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    Rich Powell

    Rich Powell is the executive director of ClearPath Foundation, a right-leaning environmentalist organization, and its super PAC affiliate ClearPath Action.
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    Richard and Lois Gunther

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    Richard and Shari Foos

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    Richard Blum

    Richard Blum is and American investor and the husband of Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California. Blum has supported various progressive causes throughout his career. [165]
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    Richard Burns

    Richard Burns is interim CEO of the LGBT litigation group Lambda Legal. He previously worked as chief operating officer of the left-wing Arcus Foundation and executive director of the New York-based Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center. [166] He is also on the board of
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    Richard Cohen

    J. Richard Cohen is the former president of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). Cohen resigned from his position with the SPLC on March 14, 2019, the day after SPLC co-founder Morris Dees was fired from his position as chief trial counsel. [167]
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    Richard Feiock

    Dr. Richard C. Feiock is the Augustus B. Turnbull Professor & The Jerry Collins Eminent Scholar Chair at The Florida State University Askew School of Public Administration and Policy as well as a current editor for the Public Administration Review.