People (Page 78)


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    Thomasina Williams

    Thomasina Williams is a the former program officer at the Ford Foundation where she was responsible for the implementation of progressive campaigns in electoral reform and democracy.
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    Tiffiniy Cheng

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    Tim Canoll

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    Tim Gill

    Tim Gill is a software developer and major Colorado Democratic political donor. In business, he is best known for creating Quark, Inc. a privately held corporation most commonly associated with its page layout software[1] and used to develop flyers, websites, graphics, and illustrations. [2] In 1999,
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    Tim Lilienthal

    Tim Lilienthal is the northeast regional director at Faith In Action (formerly known as the Pacific Institute for Community Organizations). He is also on the advisory committee of Our Story Hub, a project of the Proteus Fund which advises left-of-center politicians and groups on communications strategies. [19]
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    Tim Smith

    Tim Smith is the director of ESG (environmental, social, and governance) shareholder engagement at Boston Trust Walden which was formerly known as Walden Asset Management. Smith works to promote left-of-center policies on the environment and social issues at private businesses in which his firm invests. Smith and his firm
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    Tim Stoelb

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    Tina Beattie

    Tina Beattie is the Vice Chair of ConservAmerica, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist advocacy organization.
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    Tod Hill

    Tod Hill is a left-of-center political activist and business consultant. He previously was a senior strategist at the Tides Foundation – a progressive charity that promotes left-wing causes.
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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 represented South Dakota as a U.S. Representative and a U.S. Senator, rising to become Senate Democratic Leader in both the majority and minority. [29] Daschle considered a run for President against George W. Bush[30] and was nominated by
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    Tom Golisano

    Tom Golisano is an American businessman, philanthropist, Democratic political donor, and politician. He is the founder, former CEO, and chairman of the board of Paychex. Golisano’s current net worth is estimated at $2.8 billion as of mid-March 2020, making him the 195th richest person in the world. [69]
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    Tom Hayden

    Tom Hayden was a radical left-wing activist and California state legislator known for his participation as a radical youth leader during the anti-war and civil rights movements of the 1960s. Hayden wrote the “Port Huron Statement,” the manifesto of the radical 1960s activist group Students for a Democratic Society
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    Tom Hoggan

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    Tom Novick

    Tom Novick is partner at M&R Strategic Services – a Washington, D.C.-based government relations and consulting company that primarily caters to left-of-center clients.
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    Tom Perez

    Tom Perez is the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and a former Secretary of the Department of Labor during the Obama administration. A 2016 report from National Public Radio stated he was “considered the most liberal member of Obama’s Cabinet.”  Similarly, a 2016 analysis of
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    Tom Perriello

    Tom Perriello is a Virginia Democratic politician who ran unsuccessfully for the party’s 2017 gubernatorial nomination now serving as executive director for U.S. programs at the Open Society Foundations.[195] He has served as a one-term U.S. Representative, a State Department official in the Obama administration, and as
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    Tom Steyer

    Thomas Fahr “Tom” Steyer is an American hedge-fund billionaire turned climate-change activist, and major political donor to environmental causes and Democrats advocating an environmentalist agenda to fight global warming. Steyer made his fortune as the co-founder and senior managing partner of Farallon Capital Management, a hedge fund worth $30 billion.
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    Tom Tracy