Search results for ‘participant’

  • For-profit

    Perkins Coie

    Perkins Coie is a Seattle-based law firm of more than 1,000 lawyers, roughly 40 of which work for its political law practice that serves Democratic and left-of-center political candidates and non-profit clients. Perkins Coie received at least $26 million for legal fees and related expenses during the 2016 election cycle
  • Other Group

    Reboot Democracy

    Reboot Democracy is a fiscally sponsored project of Harmony Labs, an organization focused on contemporary media. The organization is focused on the intersection of democracy and technological innovation and hosts informational and networking events around the country. It also hosts an accelerator program that provides funding and mentorship to
  • Non-profit

    Solidaire Network

    The Solidaire Network is a left-of-center donor group for advancing race and gender-based causes. It is fiscally sponsored by the Tides Foundation and supported in part by the Proteus Group, left-of-center “pass-through” funders that obscure the identities of donors.
  • Political Party/527

    National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC)

    The National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC) is a Democratic Party PAC (political action committee) conceived in late 2016 by political operatives in the Democratic Party and the Obama administration, including President Barack Obama and former Attorney General Eric Holder. It officially launched on January 12, 2017.
  • Non-profit

    Four Freedoms Fund

    The Four Freedoms Fund is a donor collaborative of NEO Philanthropy, a left-of-center pass-through nonprofit. The Fund primarily focuses on pushing a left-of-center immigration policies, including “legalization of undocumented immigrants” through a path to citizenship and comprehensive immigration reform legislation. The Fund is critical of what it calls “anti-immigrant
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Fund Voice

    Also see Democracy Fund (Non-profit) Democracy Fund Voice is a left-leaning lobbying and electoral advocacy group within the advocacy-philanthropy network of eBay chairman and founder Pierre Omidyar.
  • Person

    David Gray

    David Wayne Gray 1 is a labor union activist who is a vice president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
  • Person

    Mark Dimondstein

    Mark Dimondstein is a labor union activist who currently sits as president of the American Postal Workers’ Union (APWU). Dimondstein is a noted left-of-center activist who has repeatedly criticized Trump administration-aligned Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. Prior to DeJoy’s appointment, Dimondstein urged U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) to
  • Non-profit

    APACEvotes (Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Civil Empowerment)

    Based in Seattle, Washington, APACEvotes (Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Civil Empowerment) is a project of the left-of-center Tides Advocacy. APACEvotes focuses on educating and mobilizing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the Pacific Northwest during elections through regular programming and media outreach. About APACEvotes is an organization
  • Non-profit

    Laura and John Arnold Foundation

    The Laura and John Arnold Foundation is a private foundation based in Houston, Texas. The foundation was founded in 2008 by hedge fund manager John Arnold and his wife, Laura. The foundation focuses on criminal justice, education issues, public pensions, dietary policy, and scientific research reform. The foundation
  • Non-profit

    National Public Radio (NPR)

    National Public Radio (NPR) is a national nonprofit media outlet created and funded by the federal government. Though the organization claims to strive for objectivity, many media watchdogs consider NPR to have a left-of-center bias.
  • Non-profit


    50CAN (Coalition for Achievement Now) is a Washington, D.C.-based education advocacy group.  In 2016, 50CAN merged with Students First, an education advocacy group formed by former chancellor of D.C. Public Schools Michelle Rhee.
  • Movement

    Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS)

    Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (better known by its acronym, BDS) is an international campaign to delegitimize the State of Israel as the expression of the Jewish people’s right to national self-determination by isolating the country economically through consumer boycotts, business and government withdrawal of investment, and legal sanctions. Critics allege
  • Non-profit

    Neighborhood Funders Group

    Neighborhood Funders Group is a left-of-center philanthropic membership organization and grant maker. Its members and funding partners include some of the most powerful groups in left-of-center philanthropy. Its funding areas and strategies are influenced by concepts like critical race theory, decoloniality, organized labor, wealth redistribution, LGBTQ advocacy, and climate justice.
  • Non-profit

    Action Network

    The Action Network is an online tool for left-of-center outlets to organize, fundraise, and circulate petitions for liberal causes. Action Network was used to organize the left-of-center demonstration Women’s March, environmentalist protests against the Keystone XL pipeline, and the March for Our Lives events supporting gun control. The
  • Non-profit

    Voto Latino

    Voto Latino (also known as the Voto Latino Action Fund) is a left-of-center voter mobilization group targeted at Latino voters. Co-founded by Maria Theresa Kumar and actress Rosario Dawson, Voto Latino has registered hundreds of thousands of voters since 2004. The organization also advocates for abortion through its advertising and
  • Person

    Linda Sarsour

    Linda Sarsour is a controversial Palestinian-American activist1 who promotes intersectional left-wing activism to address a wide-array of left-wing issues.
  • Labor Union

    Fast Food Workers Committee (FFWC)

    The Fast Food Workers Committee (FFWC) is a labor union organized by and almost entirely funded by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) as part of the Fight for $15 minimum wage and union organizing campaign.
  • Movement

    Fight for $15 (Minimum Wage)

    The “Fight for $15” is a corporate campaign principally orchestrated and funded by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) which seeks to unionize the quick-service franchise restaurant industry and raise the federal minimum wage by more than double to $15 per hour, using the slogan “$15 and a union.”
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Fund

    Also see Democracy Fund Voice (Non-profit) The Democracy Fund is a left-of-center public policy-oriented foundation chaired and soely funded by eBay founder and former chairman Pierre Omidyar.1