Search results for ‘the 2020 election’


  • Non-profit

    TurnUp

    TurnUp is a left-of-center youth voting initiative created in 2019 by Zev Shapiro, a Massachusetts Democratic youth activist. The organization is a self-described “super-power for social justice change-makers,” despite also claiming to be nonpartisan. 1
  • Person

    Susan Pritzker

    Susan Pritzker is a philanthropist, feminist, and political activist focused on left-of-center issues and redistribution of wealth. She married Nicholas Pritzker, a member of the family that started Hyatt Hotels Corporation and one of America’s richest families, and has spent over 45 years involved in philanthropy and activism. In
  • For-profit

    NextEra Energy

    NextEra Energy is the world’s largest utility company. It has a presence in 49 states and four Canadian provinces. 1 It has two principal business interests, Florida Power & Light Company and NextEra Energy Resources.
  • Other Group

    Fair Maps Virginia

    Fair Maps Virginia was a left-of-center issue advocacy campaign launched by left-of-center redistricting advocacy group OneVirginia2021 (now known as UpVote Virginia) to promote the passage of a state constitutional amendment in the 2020 elections in Virginia that would establish an independent redistricting commission to draw district lines for state
  • Political Party/527

    Common Power PAC

    The Common Power PAC is a left-of-center political action committee (PAC) affiliated with Common Power and Common Power Purpose, organizations that promote left-of-center issues and partner with other advocacy groups to support Democratic campaigns across the United States. Common Power is based in Seattle and operates organizing
  • Non-profit

    Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN)

    The Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is a Unitarian Universalist religious organization that advocates for broadly left-of-center policies on racial, environmental, economic, and LGBT issues, as well as more maximalist left-wing positions on topics including abortion and election security.
  • Non-profit

    Way to Win Action Fund (WWAF)

    The Way to Win Action Fund (WWAF) is an affiliate of Way to Win, a left-of-center activism hub which also manages the Way to Lead PAC and Way to Rise, a left-of-center strategy group which directs funding from donors and institutions to local activists and political organizations.
  • Non-profit

    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA)

    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA), sometimes known as the Climate Cabinet Action Fund, is a social welfare group that seeks to “solve climate change” by building left-of-center climate policy-supporting legislative majorities at the state and local levels. The organization’s stated goal is to attain legislative majorities in 30 states, 300 counties,
  • Political Party/527

    Women’s March Win

    Women’s March Win is the political action committee associated with the left-of-center activist group Women’s March. The PAC was founded in 2020, and spent more than $300,000 supporting Joe Biden against Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. The organization embraces a left-of-center view of America that
  • Political Party/527

    Justice Unites Us PAC

    The Justice Unites Us PAC is a super PAC that drew scrutiny during the 2022 election cycle for its tactics of spending nearly $1 million in a closely contested Democratic congressional primary in Oregon and allegedly legally manipulating its filing schedule to avoid revealing the organization’s donors until after the
  • Non-profit

    Cleveland Foundation

    The Cleveland Foundation is a grantmaking foundation based in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in the 1910s, the foundation is among the largest grantmaking institutions in the United States with over $3.2 billion in assets under management and over $120 million in annual grants distributed. The foundation bills itself as the “world’s
  • For-profit

    The Management Action Center

    The Management Action Center is the sister organization of The Management Center (TMC), a left-of-center management consulting and training firm.
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU)

    The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU) is a research and advocacy organization which publishes reports, informational materials, and other content intended to bolster the influence of Muslim Americans. Founded in 2002, the ISPU maintains a presence in Washington, D.C., and in Dearborn, Michigan, a city with one of
  • Non-profit

    Psephos

    Psephos is a nonprofit known for founding and managing the National Election Defense Coalition (NEDC), a bipartisan electoral watchdog that includes conservative members like Americans for Tax Reform and left-leaning members like the Brennan Center for Justice. NEDC has also included libertarian members in the past, like
  • Non-profit

    Media and Democracy Project

    Media and Democracy Project is a media advocacy organization that urges news outlets and journalists adopt more aggressive left-of-center stances on issues such as abortion, 1 climate change,
  • Political Party/527

    State Tea Party Express

    The State Tea Party Express was launched in October 2011 as an arm of Tea Party Express. 1 The group was reportedly formed as a “social
  • Non-profit

    Voice for Refuge Action Fund (Voice for Refuge)

    Voice for Refuge Action Fund (Voice for Refuge) is a left-of-center activist organization that supports pro-refugee and immigration-expansionist policies at the local, state, and national level. 1 Voice for Refuge claimed that the Trump
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP)

    Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) is a judicial institute within Georgetown University Law Center 1 that uses litigation to advance various left-of-center policy priorities.
  • Other Group

    Culture Surge

    Culture Surge is a coalition of 900 artists, organizers, and organizations that seek to change politics through artistic production. Though the organization is formally non-partisan, its ideological output tends to be left-of-center. Culture Surge’s website states that its artists are “working together in this vital moment for the survival of our
  • Non-profit

    William J. and Lia G. Poorvu Family Foundation

    The William J. and Lia G. Poorvu Family Foundation makes grants to left-of-center causes as well as educational institutions and the arts. The foundation has made sizeable donations to Yale University