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Karine Jean-Pierre
Karine Jean-Pierre

Karine Jean-Pierre

National Spokesperson & Senior Adviser, MoveOn.org

Karine Jean-Pierre is the national spokesperson and senior adviser for MoveOn.org, a progressive public policy advocacy group and political action committee that raises millions of dollars for progressive candidates. Jean-Pierre’s professional experience has ranged from presidential campaigns to grassroots activism, to local politics, to working in the White House. She previously served as the deputy campaign manager for Martin O’Malley for President and the campaign manager for ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Initiate. She is a frequent political commentator and lecturer at Columbia University.

 

Full bio: https://sipa.columbia.edu/faculty-research/faculty-directory/karine-jean-pierre

 

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"The path to the 2020 presidential election begins with the 2018 midterms. And the message most likely to be sent by the 2018 races is that 2020 will bring the most progressive, populist Democratic candidates we've ever seen -- and young people and people of color will lead the way."

Friday, September 7, 2018

“Jean-­Pierre has significant experience in presidential campaigns, grassroots activism, and local politics, and most recently on the O’Malley campaign.”

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Karine Jean-Pierre argues, “The path to the 2020 presidential election begins with the 2018 midterms. And the message most likely to be sent by the 2018 races is that 2020 will bring the most progressive, populist Democratic candidates we've ever seen -- and young people and people of color will lead the way.”

 

Friday, September 7, 2018

Karine Jean-Pierre discusses health care and taxes in America under Trump.

 

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Karine Jean-Pierre argues that health care is a right – not a privilege.

 

 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Karine Jean-Pierre argues, “Even though the ACA allowed millions of Americans to purchase coverage for the first time, it’s still too hard and too expensive for many to access quality care. And while the ACA isn't perfect, either, it is a start.”

 

Friday, September 22, 2017