End Citizens United, established in Washington, D.C., is dedicated to stepping up to fight the negativity surrounding the Citizens United movement. They are also committed into reforming the current campaign finance system for large political elections in America. The End Citizens United political action committee is fighting back against corrupt officials and candidates in our elections.
End Citizens United has set forth a mission to elect candidates that are in favor of campaign-finance reformation, as well as raising the concern to a national level. Grassroots activists represent End Citizens United as well as the transparency that goes along with their ultimate mission.
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Fundraising for End Citizens United looks to be swinging in a positive direction as the midterms approach, a significant thirty-five million dollars is projected to be raises ahead of the 2018 midterm elections for Congress.
End Citizens United has also recently endorsed several candidates for the Senate, including Beto O’Rourke who refuses campaign funding from PACs. Beto O’Rourke has positioned himself as one of the leading campaign finance reform candidates for the upcoming midterms. Randy Bryce and Jacky Rosen also received positive endorsements from the End Citizens United political action committee for the upcoming midterm elections.
End Citizens United vows to defeat incumbents who align with special interest groups and drug companies with their “Big Money 20” campaign, an effort to be considered one of their ultimate goals.
As the midterm elections approach rapidly, Tiffany Muller, the President and Executive Director of the End Citizens United political action committee, looks to push ahead with momentum into the 2018 election cycle. The prospect of raising a potential thirty-five million dollars is a significant development for the PAC, especially after already raising upwards of seven million dollars from grassroots donations by July of 2017. The future looks extremely bright for the End Citizens United PAC as their goals are well within their reach, and they look to push forward with progress as the 2018 midterms come and go.
Last on our tour was St. Clair, where I cast my ballot. Polling places are open for another twenty minutes–so go get in line and let’s restore faith in Southern Illinois! #all12in12 #kellycoalition #IL12 #twill pic.twitter.com/vne6Esp4u2
— Brendan Kelly (@Kelly4SouthrnIL) March 20, 2018