People (Page 72)


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    Sarah Williams

    Sarah Williams is the co-founder and CEO of Propel Capital – an investment fund focused on left-leaning issue areas.
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    Sarita Gupta

    Sarita Gupta is a left-of-center activist who currently serves as co-executive director of the labor-union-aligned advocacy group Jobs With Justice and as co-director of the union-associated healthcare advocacy group Caring Across Generations. Gupta’s radical associations include greeting the 7th National Convention of the Young Communist League. [1]
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    Saul Anuzis

    Saul Anuzis is a former chairman of the Michigan Republican Party and an unsuccessful candidate for chairman of the Republican National Committee. Anuzis is president of the conservative advocacy group 60-Plus Association, vice president of the center-left Institute for Research on Presidential Elections, and conservative national spokesman for
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    Scooter Braun

    Scott Samuel “Scooter” Braun is a music and entertainment executive who co-founded and provided substantial financial support to the anti-gun March for Our Lives protest. Background and Career Braun was born in New York City but grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut. He attended Greenwich High School where he was elected
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    Scot Ross

    Scot Ross is executive director of left-of-center organizing group One Wisconsin Now.
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    Scott Ahlstrom

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    Scott Drexel

    Scott Drexel is a Democratic Party operative and managing director of NMA Partners, a consulting firm.
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    Scott Faber

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    Scott Fay

    Scott Fay is a lobbyist, former Democratic congressional staffer, and director of the center-left advocacy group End Citizens United Action Fund (ECU Action Fund), created in July 2018. Prior to that, Fay served as deputy political director for the End Citizens United PAC.
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    Scott Goodstein

    Scott Goodstein is a Democratic political consultant and the founder of Revolution Messaging, a Washington, D.C.-based political consulting firm. He is also the founder of Creative Majority PAC, a Democratic super PAC which uses Revolution Messaging’s campaign services.
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    Scott MacCurdy

    Scott MacCurdy is a board member of ConservAmerica, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist advocacy organization.
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    Scott McInnis

    Scott MicInnis is a board member of The Western Way.
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    Scott Nathan

    Scott Nathan is a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP) and former Obama administration official, where he served as associate director for general government programs at the Office of Management and Budget as well as the U.S. State Department under Secretary of State John Kerry.
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    Scott Nielsen

    Scott Nielsen is the director of advocacy at the left-of-center Arabella Advisors investment firm. In this role, he helps Arabella’s clients use their financial resources to accomplish left-of-center political goals.[48] Arabella manages the pass-through funding entities New Venture Fund for advocacy groups registered as charities and
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    Scott Wallace

    Scott Wallace is a Democratic politician, heir to the Hi-Bred Corn Company fortune, grandson of former Vice President and far-left presidential candidate Henry Wallace, and the co-chair of the Wallace Global Fund, a funder of numerous left-of-center organizations. Through the fund, Wallace has backed numerous groups backing left-of-center economics,
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    Sean Eldridge

    Sean Eldridge is a left-of-center political activist, focusing primarily on LGBT issues and anti-Trump administration organizing. Eldridge is a former congressional candidate and the founder and president of Stand Up America, a progressive advocacy community designed to support the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Eldridge is the spouse
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    Sean M. O’Brien

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    Sean McElwee

    Sean McElwee is a political activist, commentator, and founder of the left-of-center think tank Data for Progress, a project of the incubation group Tides Advocacy Fund. McElwee is also a policy analyst for the center-left think tank Demos and a contributor to a number of center-left news and
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    Sean McGarvey

    Sean McGarvey is an American labor union officer who currently works as president of North America’s Building Trades Unions, the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL-CIO.
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    Sean Parker

    Sean Parker is a technology entrepreneur who founded the file sharing network Napster and served as the first president of Facebook. Parker met Facebook co-founders Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin in 2004; he later became the company’s president in summer 2004. [147] In 2005, Parker was asked