People (Page 75)


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    Stephen Rickard

    Stephen Rickard is a left-leaning lawyer and lobbyist who serves as executive director of the Open Society Policy Center (OSPC), which is the lobbying arm of the Open Society Foundations network of left-leaning political groups created and funded by liberal billionaire George Soros. [1] He has spent
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    Stephen Rooney

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    Stephen Silberstein

    Stephen “Steve” Silberstein is a left-of-center donor from California known for his focus on income inequality and changing the way Presidents of the United States are elected. Retired, Silberstein made his fortune as co-founder and first president of Innovative Interfaces.[7] The company develops automated systems for libraries, and
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    Stephen Susman

    Stephen Daily Susman is a plaintiffs attorney and a founding partner of Susman Godfrey LLP. He has been described as “the dean of the plaintiffs bar.”
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    Steve Mostyn

    Steve Mostyn was a Texas trial lawyer and Democratic political donor. Mostyn died in 2017.
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    Steve Rosenthal

    Steve Rosenthal is a political consultant who works with labor unions, Democratic campaigns, and left-wing organizations. He is an expert in the application of direct voter contact and canvassing, skills he is best known for deploying as the former political director for the AFL-CIO and the former CEO of
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    Steve Vairma

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    Steven Choi

    Steven Choi is the executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) and was previously the executive director of the MinKwon Center for Community Action as well as the director if the Korean Workers Project at the Asian American Legal Defense & Education Fund.
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    Steven Chu

    Steven Chu is a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who served as U.S. Secretary of Energy in the Barack Obama administration. Chu is a leading advocate for aggressive left-leaning environmentalist legislation to combat climate change. Chu is famous for some of his unconventional ideas for combating climate change; most notable,
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    Steven Cole-Schwartz

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    Steven M. Gluckstern

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    Steven Phillips

    Steven Phillips is a left-progressive political operative associated with the PowerPAC+ and Democracy in Color political committees. Phillips is the husband of heiress and liberal advocacy donor Susan Sandler. The New American Majority Steven Phillips in his book Brown Is the New White: How the Demographic
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    Steven Waldman

    Steven Waldman is the co-founder of The GroundTruth Project, as well as president of its left-leaning news project Report for America. Previously he had worked as National Editor of U.S. News & World Report and as National Correspondent for Newsweek before working as the senior advisor to the
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    Stew Miller

    Stew Miller is co-founder of solar energy advocacy group YesSolar and a board member for Conservatives for Clean Energy, a nominally right-of-center environmentalist group.
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    Stokely Carmichael

    Stokely Carmichael (later named Kwame True) was a radical socialist American civil rights activist who later became a black nationalist and separatist. In 1966-67 he was the national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). [73] Once an Alabama field organizer for the SNCC in charge of
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    Stuart Appelbaum

    Stuart Appelbaum is president of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU). He is also an executive vice president of the United Food and Commercial Workers union (UFCW), the parent union of RWDSU. Appelbaum is a vice-president of the national AFL-CIO and serves on the
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    Stuart Michaels

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    Sue Van

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    Sujatha Jahagirdar

    Sujatha Jahagirdar is a left-wing activist and a policy specialist for the Natural Resources Defense Council.
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    Sunita Leeds

    Sunita Leeds is a left-wing activist and founder of the Enfranchisement Foundation.