People (Page 97)


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    Terri Ann Lowenthal

    Terri Ann Lowenthal is a left-of-center political consultant who specializes in the decennial U.S. Census. Lowenthal has argued that the Census disproportionately undercounts immigrant, minority, and low-income persons, reducing their political representation and access to federal funding. [1] [2] In the period before to the 2020
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    Terry McAuliffe

    Terry McAuliffe is a Democratic Party politician and fundraiser[18] most notable for serving as the 72nd Governor of Virginia.[19] Throughout his career McAuliffe has raised over $1 billion for the Democratic Party[20] and leaned on his political connections to create a web of often
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    Tessa Canterbury

    Tessa Canterbury is a board member of The Western Way.
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    Thea Lee

    Thea Lee is a labor union official and Democratic political operative who has worked as the former deputy chief of staff at the American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), former president of the labor-union-aligned Economic Policy Institute (EPI). She is the Deputy Undersecretary for International Labor
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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

    Thomas Catan is a “partner” in the controversial opposition research firm Fusion GPS.[165] The firm is best known for its work on the “Steele Dossier,” a document produced under the sponsorship of persons associated with the Democratic National Committee filled with unverified information alleging substantial involvement
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    Thomas Gibian

    Thomas Gibian is a member of the board of directors for nonprofit group New Venture Fund, which is managed by left-leaning philanthropic consulting firm Arabella Advisors. In addition, he serves as head of school for the Sandy Spring Friends School in Sandy Spring, Maryland. [176] Previously,
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    Thomas Nides

    Thomas Nides is a Democratic political operative who has held a number of positions in Democratic Congressional offices and Presidential administrations. His highest posting as of January 2021 was Deputy Secretary of State of Management and Resources in the Obama administration, a posting he held from 2011 through
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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 Ross

    Thomas Ross is an American Democratic politician who served as the president of the University of North Carolina system from 2011 to 2016. He is both the former executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and a former chairman of the UNC Greensboro Board of Trustees.
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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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    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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    Tiana Epps-Johnson

    Tiana Epps-Johnson is the founder and executive director of Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), an electoral advocacy organization which received $250 million from Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan in 2020. [178] Epps-Johnson was one of eight high-level staff members who led a walkout
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    Tiffiniy Cheng

    Tiffiniy Cheng is a left-progressive technology activist and co-founder of Fight for the Future.
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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[194] and used to develop flyers, websites, graphics, and illustrations. [195] 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. [212]
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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

    Tim Stoelb is the president of the Oregon School Employees Association (OSEA) that is affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers. Currently he is a member of the Oregon AFL-CIO executive council, liaison to the AFT-Oregon executive council, vice president of the American Association of Classified School Employees and a
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    Tina Beattie

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