Political Parties/527 (Page 10)


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    Tenants PAC

    Tenants PAC is a New York City-based left-of-center political action committee that focuses on electing candidates who support expanding rent control throughout New York State and otherwise supporting pro-tenant policies at the expense of property owners. Tenants PAC is a player in left-wing New York politics, often supporting the furthest-left
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    Texas Justice & Public Safety PAC

    Texas Justice & Public Safety PAC is a left-of-center PAC that was created in 2018 to fund the campaigns of several progressive Democratic candidates for various District Attorney offices in Texas’s biggest cities. The organization is the Texas branch of the vast “Safety and Justice” network, a project of left-leaning
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    Texas Organizing Project PAC

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    The Black Panther Party

    The Black Panther Party was a communist Black militant organization founded in 1966 that allied with extremist New Left organizations such as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and communist regimes abroad. [23] A 1969 SDS resolution declared the Panthers the “vanguard force” in the “black liberation
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    The National Committee for an Effective Congress

    The National Committee for an Effective Congress is a left-of-center electoral advocacy group created by former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt on September 23, 1948 to support progressive candidates. In recent times, the organization has moved away from directly funding candidates’ campaigns to provide analysis and research for candidates to use.
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    Trailblazers PAC

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    Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC)

    Treasury Employees PAC (TEPAC) is the political action committee of the National Treasury Employees Union (NTEU), the second largest federal employees union in the United States with 150,000 members in 33 government agencies. The NTEU has close ties with the Democratic Party and endorsed Joe Biden (D-DE) for
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    Trump 2016 Presidential Campaign

    Also see Trump Administration Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign began when Trump declared his candidacy for U.S. president on June 16, 2015. Trump became the Republican Party’s presidential nominee on July 19, 2016. On July 15, 2016, Trump announced that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) would be his vice
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    Unite America

    Unite America (UA) is a political organization based in Denver, Colorado that supports moderate-left candidates for elective office and advocates for changes in laws affecting the election process that UA claims will benefit centrist candidates but that are also supported by left-of-center and radical-left interests. Unite America is a “hybrid
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    Unite the Country

    Unite the Country PAC is a left-wing “super” political action committee (super PAC) started in 2019 to help support the 2020 Democratic presidential campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden. [496] Unite the Country was founded after the Biden campaign reversed its position on accepting help from super
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    United We Can

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    Victory 2020 (PAC)

    Victory 2020 is a Democratic Party-aligned political action committee (PAC) created in May of 2020. Victory 2020 is closely associated with American Bridge 21st Century, a left-of-center PAC that typically funds media criticism of Republican politicians, and Unite the Country, a PAC created in 2019 to support the
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    Virginians for a Better Future (VFBF)

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    Voices for Progress (PAC)

    Voices for Progress PAC is a political action committee and coordination group for left-of-center donors. It is affiliated with Voices for Progress, an advocacy project of the Tides Foundation-affiliated Advocacy Fund, and the Voices for Progress Education Fund, a nonprofit project of the Tides Center. Voices for Progress PAC makes donations
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    Vote Forward (Vote FWD)

    Vote Forward (sometimes stylized Vote FWD or VoteFWD) is a Democratic-aligned voter registration and mobilization PAC (political action committee).[534] The PAC provides template letters for individuals to complete, sign, and send urging voter participation from unlikely registered voters to increase Democratic voter turnout.[535] Background Vote Forward
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    VoteVets.org PAC

    VoteVets PAC was founded in 2006 with the goal of electing to Congress Afghanistan or Iraq war veterans who were critical of the execution of the war in Iraq.[547] VoteVets PAC has given nearly $1 million to Democratic candidates for Congress, spends millions on independent expenditures for Democrats, supports state and
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    Washington Women for Choice

    Washington Women for Choice is a left-of-center PAC that supports pro-abortion candidates for public office.
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    Win Justice PAC

    Win Justice PAC is a political action committee created by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Planned Parenthood Votes, Color of Change, and the Center for Community Change (CCC). The PAC was first deployed in swing states in the 2018 midterm elections. The PAC’s single-largest funder
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    Win Minnesota PAC

    Win Minnesota PAC is the federal Super PAC associated with the left-of-center advocacy organization WIN Minnesota. It was particularly active in the 2014 elections. 2014 Elections During the 2014 elections, Win Minnesota PAC raised and spent a little over $1.6 million on behalf of Democratic candidates in Minnesota.
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    Win Virginia

    Win Virginia is a 527 political action committee that aims to elect Democratic candidates and end the GOP’s majority in the Virginia House of Delegates. The group not only raises money for Democratic candidates, but it also uses attempts to us technology to campaign more effectively.