End Citizens United And Their Endorsements For The Midterm Elections Of 2018

The End Citizens United have been endorsing several candidates for the 2018 midterm elections in the United State f America. The American political action group is known for its stance n Big Money in politics and its communicating its stance on political candidates, values, and accepting money from corporations.

The political action committee was started up in 2015 s response to the Citizens United which was a decision that the Supreme Court of the United States made in 2010. The PAC seeks to overturn that decision as it poses threats to honesty and transparency in politics and gives a green light to corruption and untraceable money being poured into political campaigns of candidates, which allows a corporation to decide the course of elections instead of the people. Personal agendas are ripe in the United States largely because money and politics have formed a symbiosis in the country.

The End Citizens United is pro-reform and aims to remove dark untraceable money from politics and establish more transparency and honesty in U. S. politics. The committee endorses political candidates that are also proponents of financial reforms. The End Citizens United also supports candidates that have announced that they will no longer be accepting any amount of money from corporations. That directly aligns with the goals and values of the political action group.

For the 2018 midterm election, the End Citizens United is endorsing several political candidates. Beto O’Rourke is one of the only six members of the House that have refused to take any financial contributions from corporations-affiliated PACs.

Randy Bryce is another challenger. In April, Randy Bryce sought to unseat the Speaker of House Paul Ryan. The later recently retired. Randy Bryce is an Army veteran.His campaign is well on its way. He relies mostly on small-dollar donors. They usually donated about $25 each.

Jacky Rosen is striving to selected in the midterm election to join the U. S. Senate. Jacky Rosen was elected as Nevada’s U. S. Representative for the 3rd Congressional District in 2016. Last year, she cosponsored the DISCLOSE Act which sought to increase the transparency in American politics.

Other candidates endorsed by the End Citizens United include Elissa Slotkin, Brendan Kelly, and Andy Kim, among many others. The political action group is gaining speed and is forecasting a successful midterm election later this year. The PAC is determined to remove dark money from politics through pro-reform candidates.

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Tiffany Muller Seeks To Take Dark Money Out Of Politics

Potential voters who have been tuning into politics for the past two years know one thing more than anything else: the times are changing. Politicians are seeking to secure their grips on their post by clutching to dark money and corporate donations in order to outspend their opponents.

The rise of Donald Trump on the backs of this dark money, fueled in large part by the 2010 Supreme Court decision surrounding Citizens United, is emblematic of a larger problem in the United States government. Fortunately, groups like End Citizens United and their president, Tiffany Muller, have been dedicating themselves to bringing about real change. Muller and her team at End Citizens United are focused on showing the world the dangers of dark money and the power that grassroots voting campaigns can bring.

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The 2018 Midterm Elections are going to fundamentally shift both the perception of the United States and the way the country is regarded by the rest of the world. Both Republicans and Democrats understand that the 2018 elections are vitally important to the future of the nation, for very different reasons. Sitting in the middle, End Citizens United has decided to endorse candidates who are willing to fight to take that dark money out of the political world. End Citizens United has compiled a list, called the Big Money 20, which showcases the worst offenders in politics in regards to taking corporate money in order to appease lobbyists. Candidates in those political districts are being endorsed by End Citizens United in order to make a difference and make a change to ‘politics as usual’.

In order to see how impactful End Citizens United has been so far, we need only look to the work that Conor Lamb did in Pennsylvania in his run against Republican Rick Saccone. Lamb refused corporate PAC contributions and he rode momentum on an anti-special interest message straight into his seat. Lamb managed to cut through what Muller describes as ‘voter skepticism’ in order to become the first anti-corporate lobbyists’ candidate to secure a win in 2018. Now, there are over 80 other politicians who have bought into the message that Lamb and End Citizens United are sending and these politicians are surging as a result. With the success that Lamb had we wouldn’t be surprised to see more and more politicians move away from embracing dark money in order to fight for a difference in politics.

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