Activists [noun]

Definition of Activists:

special interest representative

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Walker was elected governor of Wisconsin in 2010 and 2014 and became a favorite of GOP activists as he battled public sector unions.

In a proposal that meets activists in the middle, Fischer announced that the department will retain social workers to support and assist officers on dispatch runs.

You can, of course, also volunteer with an activist group — whether it’s Extinction Rebellion, the Sunrise Movement, or Greta Thunberg’s Fridays for Future — and put your body in the street to nonviolently disrupt business as usual and demand change.

An LGBTQ activist and journalist in Cuba says authorities on Wednesday threatened to arrest him.

“Today, Facebook caved to a pressure campaign by far-left activists, effectively censoring our effort to inform voters about Democrat threats to women’s athletics,” Schilling said.

Explaining why the users do not disclose that they are being paid as political activists, Hoffman said they are “using their own personal profiles and sharing their content that reflects their values and beliefs.”

“Hans, to our office, is the ultimate voter integrity activist,” Fuchs told ProPublica.

For example, activists in Nigeria are focused on giving lessons through a radio.

Abrams, the founder of Fair Fight Action, is a voting activist and a former democratic gubernatorial candidate in the 2018 race in Georgia.

The result is pressure on journalists to contort seemingly obvious truths to appease their most activist viewers.