Search results for ‘the 2020 election’


  • Person

    Steve Jurvetson

    Steve Jurvetson is a venture capitalist who supports the left-of-center Audacious Project, 1 which he has called a “bold adventure in social philanthropy.”
  • Non-profit

    Campus Vote Project

    Campus Vote Project is a project of Fair Elections Center to increase voter participation among young adults. It advocates for eliminating voter identification requirements, increasing the number of polling locations, and expanding voter registration.
  • Other Group

    VoteShield

    VoteShield is an analytics tool that uses statistics, machine learning, 1 and data visualization
  • Other Group

    Supermajority Education Fund

    Supermajority Education Fund is a left-of-center advocacy group focusing on social issues such as abortion and male-female pay equity. The organization is fiscally sponsored by the New Venture Fund, a funding and fiscal sponsorship vehicle managed by Arabella Advisors. It was founded by prominent leftwing activists including
  • Non-profit

    Latinas United for Political Empowerment (LUPE)

    Latinas United for Political Empowerment (LUPE) was established in 2003 to promote the interests of Latinas in New Jersey. 1 LUPE trains women to run for elected office, serve in appointed office, and
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    Student Voting Network

    Student Voting Network is a program of the Campus Vote Project, itself a project of the Fair Elections Center. Through online group messaging and monthly calls, the network seeks to organize student activists and college voting groups across the country, prioritizing minority voting.
  • Non-profit

    Network for Responsible Public Policy (NFRPP)

    The Network for Responsible Public Policy (NFRPP) is a left-of-center organization that claims to provide the public with online, “credible, trustworthy” information to combat alleged “misinformation” surrounding public policy debates. 1 The organization is sponsored
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    Validate the Vote USA

    Validate the Vote USA is an advocacy organization which recruits volunteers to review printouts of vote count totals from voting machines at polling locations—commonly referred to as poll tapes—after elections. The organization claims that its goal is to identify mistakes and make the public increase confidence in election results.
  • Other Group

    Songs for Good

    Songs for Good is a left-of-center organization that attempts to engage youth voter turnout through music. The group is financially sponsored by the left-of-center Social Good Fund. 1 In 2020, Songs for Good
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    People’s Agenda

    People’s Agenda, also known as the Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda (GCPA), is an advocacy organization focused on increasing Black voter turnout in Georgia. It was founded in 1998 by civil rights activist Joseph Lowery.
  • Political Party/527

    Knock for Democracy

    Knock for Democracy is a left-of-center political action committee founded after the 2016 election of President Donald Trump. It coordinates door-to-door voter canvassing and runs volunteer phone banks and online events in support of Democratic candidates. It is also a member of the left-of-center Declaration for American Democracy
  • Non-profit

    National Voter Corps

    National Voter Corps is a left-leaning nonprofit organization that advocates for eliminating election-integrity laws under the guise of increasing voter engagement from so-called disenfranchised communities and groups. 1 National Voter Corps organizes volunteers
  • For-profit

    Rideshare2Vote

    Rideshare2Vote LLC is a for-profit firm that provides free rides to voters on behalf of Democratic campaigns. The group operates throughout the United States but mostly contracted with campaigns in Texas in the 2020 and 2022 election cycles. The firm is explicitly partisan, stating on its website that its goal
  • Non-profit

    Movement Labs

    Movement Labs, formerly known as Resistance Labs, is a left-of-center nonprofit technology consultant that focuses on using peer-to-peer texting to promote left-of-center activist organizations and political candidates. The organization re-invests its revenue into “experiments for the movement,” creating “social welfare organizations,” and working pro bono for left-of-center activists.
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    National Council of YMCAs of the USA

    National Council of Young Men’s Christian Associations of the United States (National Council of YMCAs of the USA, YMCA of the USA) is the national resource office for the more than 2600 local YMCAs in the U.S.
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    Citizens’ Oversight Projects (COPs)

    Citizens’ Oversight Projects (COPs) is a left-of-center election-administration activist group that co-signed a letter written by left-of-center Scrutineers and the National Voting Rights Task Force in support of the “For the People Act,” a Biden administration legislative priority that would federalize election administration.
  • Political Party/527

    New Jersey Working Families Party

    The New Jersey Working Families Party (NJWFP), also sometimes known as just “New Jersey Working Families,” is the New Jersey affiliate of the left-wing, New York-originated Working Families Party. The NJWFP may be an alternative name for the Working Families Alliance (WFA), sometimes known as the New Jersey
  • For-profit

    Higher Ground Labs

    Higher Ground Labs is a venture fund ecosystem that builds technology and invests in technology to support left-of-center political activism and political candidates. 1 Higher Ground Labs also connects technology developers with nonprofit fiscal sponsors
  • Person

    Hannah Muldavin

    Hannah Muldavin is a Democratic Party staffer and liberal activist. She is a senior communications advisor to the Congressional Integrity Project, which targets Republican Party members of Congress, their associates, and their family members to expose allegedly compromising information about them. Muldavin was previously the deputy communications director for
  • Person

    Ricky Hatch

    Ricky Hatch is the county clerk and auditor of Weber County, Utah. After the 2020 election, Hatch dismissed former President Donald Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud and compared those who promote such claims with believers in the flat earth conspiracy theory. He is a member of a working