End Citizens United is a committee committed ending “Citizens United.” They focus on electing finance reformers for campaigns that will reverse. During 2010, The Supreme Court about Citizens United vs. F.E.C. made a choice that influences many. Their decision was to allow special interest groups to spend money on U.S. elections. The amount of the funds are without limit and untraceable. This means that official United State elections can be bought and wrongfully influenced.
On March 1st, 2015, the End Citizens United was initiated in order to discontinue this type of transaction from taking place. End Citizens Untied receive its funds from grassroots donations. They are also supported by the Political Action Committee. Their goal is to end ” Untied.” They also aim to see candidates with higher morals elected. They do not want candidates influence by money.
End Citizens United raised a total of $2 million from small donors. The aim to receive more in donation funds. End Citizens United has supported and enabled pro-reform Democrats. They state that Republican leadership in Congress is obstructing this annulment from taking place. They want to reverse this unjust decision.
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End Citizens United chooses to support those who are truly pro-reform. The stated that if a Republican candidate was pro-reform, they would back them. They are dedicated to supporting candidates who are outspoken about the issue of finance reform.
End Citizens United posts their progress on their official website. They report on things such as recent news and updates, as well as information regarding how to get involved in reform. They also have a donation page on their website for those who want to give support through funds for the cause. They recommend using social media as a powerful tool to speak on topics such as corruption and bias.
The team at End Citizens United stated that donators can stop supporting whenever they choose. End Citizens United has supported Russ Feingold, Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Beto O’Rourke, adnd Jon Ossoff. End Citizens United has stated they spent a combined total of $4.4 million during the races. They also stated have raised $7.5 million from small-scale, grassroots donations. For the 2018 election events, they plan and anticipate to raise $35 million.
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We need to treat the cause not just the symptoms. Our campaign finance system has loopholes that allows countries like Russia to meddle in our elections. https://t.co/Y7d1g560ns
— End Citizens United (@StopBigMoney) March 20, 2018