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MoveOn (formerly known as MoveOn.org) is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee.wikipedia
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Eli Pariser

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Past board members include co-founders Joan Blades, Wes Boyd, former executive director Eli Pariser, and former Chief Operating Officer Carrie Olson.
He became executive director of MoveOn.org in 2004, where he helped pioneer the practice of online citizen engagement.

2019 Presidents Day protest

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MoveOn helped organize the 2019 Presidents Day protest.
Some rallies were organized by MoveOn.

Avaaz

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In 2007, MoveOn was a co-founder of Avaaz, an American non-profit activism group with an international focus.
Avaaz.org was co-founded by Res Publica, a "community of public sector professionals dedicated to promoting good governance, civic virtue and deliberative democracy," and MoveOn.org, an American non-profit progressive public policy advocacy group.

Joan Blades

Past board members include co-founders Joan Blades, Wes Boyd, former executive director Eli Pariser, and former Chief Operating Officer Carrie Olson. MoveOn started in 1998 as an e-mail group, MoveOn.org, created by software entrepreneurs Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, the married cofounders of Berkeley Systems.
After selling Berkeley Systems in 1997 for $13.8 million, Blades and Boyd founded the liberal political group MoveOn.org.

2016 Donald Trump Chicago rally protest

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It has taken credit for helping to promote the 2016 Donald Trump Chicago rally protest, and for paying for printing protest signs and a banner.
MoveOn.org confirmed that it helped promote the protest and paid for printing protest signs and a banner.

Facebook Beacon

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In November 2007, a drive spearheaded by MoveOn caused Facebook to change its controversial new "Beacon" program, which notified Facebook users about purchases by people on their friends list.
On November 20, 2007, civic action group MoveOn.org created a Facebook group and online petition demanding that Facebook not publish their activity from other websites without explicit permission from the user.

Internet activism

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MoveOn started in 1998 as an e-mail group, MoveOn.org, created by software entrepreneurs Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, the married cofounders of Berkeley Systems.
"The mantra has always been, 'Keep your message consistent. Keep your message consistent,'" said John Hlinko, who has participated in Internet campaigns for MoveOn.org and the electoral primary campaign of Wesley Clark.

527 organization

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MoveOn, like many other political organizations which sought to influence the 2004 election, was able to circumvent this legislation using a 527 group, which became inactive in 2005 and closed in 2008.

Berkeley Systems

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MoveOn started in 1998 as an e-mail group, MoveOn.org, created by software entrepreneurs Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, the married cofounders of Berkeley Systems.
Boyd and Blades went on to found the liberal political group MoveOn.org in 1998.

MoveOn.org ad controversy

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In 2007, MoveOn was criticized by 31 Republican senators and one independent senator for running a print ad in The New York Times that questioned the personal integrity of General David Petraeus, with headlines such as "General Petraeus or General Betray Us?"
The MoveOn.org ad controversy began when the U.S. anti-war liberal advocacy group MoveOn.org published a full-page ad in The New York Times on September 10, 2007, accusing General David H. Petraeus of "cooking the books for the White House".

Wes Boyd

Past board members include co-founders Joan Blades, Wes Boyd, former executive director Eli Pariser, and former Chief Operating Officer Carrie Olson. MoveOn started in 1998 as an e-mail group, MoveOn.org, created by software entrepreneurs Joan Blades and Wes Boyd, the married cofounders of Berkeley Systems.
After selling the company in 1997, Boyd and Blades went on to found the liberal political group MoveOn.org in 1998.

Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act

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The McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform legislation, which went into effect in 2002, allows political parties to raise larger amounts of "hard money" contributions, but bans unlimited soft money contributions to the national political parties and prohibits federal officeholders from soliciting "soft money."
Swift Boat Veterans for Truth was fined $299,500; the League of Conservation Voters was fined $180,000; MoveOn.org was fined $150,000.

George Soros

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Fox News advisor David Rhodes and the network's commentators Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly have also made accusations that MoveOn.org "owns" the Democratic Party and George Soros "owns" MoveOn.org.
Soros gave $3 million to the Center for American Progress, $2.5 million to MoveOn.org, and $20 million to America Coming Together.

David Petraeus

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In 2007, MoveOn was criticized by 31 Republican senators and one independent senator for running a print ad in The New York Times that questioned the personal integrity of General David Petraeus, with headlines such as "General Petraeus or General Betray Us?"
Cornyn drafted the amendment in response to a controversial full-page ad by the liberal group Moveon.org in the September 10, 2007, edition of The New York Times.

2004 United States presidential election

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The ad was part of an online MoveOn-sponsored contest during the 2004 presidential election in which members were invited to create and submit political ads challenging President Bush and his administration.
Examples of 527s include Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, MoveOn.org, the Media Fund, and America Coming Together.

Progressivism in the United States

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MoveOn (formerly known as MoveOn.org) is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee.

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MoveOn (formerly known as MoveOn.org) is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee.

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MoveOn (formerly known as MoveOn.org) is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee.

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MoveOn (formerly known as MoveOn.org) is a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee.

Impeachment of Bill Clinton

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Formed in 1998 in response to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton by the U.S. House of Representatives, MoveOn.org has raised millions of dollars for liberal candidates in the United States of America.

President of the United States

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Formed in 1998 in response to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton by the U.S. House of Representatives, MoveOn.org has raised millions of dollars for liberal candidates in the United States of America.

Bill Clinton

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Formed in 1998 in response to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton by the U.S. House of Representatives, MoveOn.org has raised millions of dollars for liberal candidates in the United States of America.

United States House of Representatives

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Formed in 1998 in response to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton by the U.S. House of Representatives, MoveOn.org has raised millions of dollars for liberal candidates in the United States of America.

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Formed in 1998 in response to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton by the U.S. House of Representatives, MoveOn.org has raised millions of dollars for liberal candidates in the United States of America.

Change.org

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It also runs a petition website similar to Change.org.