End Citizens United
In 2010, the United States Supreme Court voted in favor of outside funding for the affluent to promote their particular interests and spend millions in the elections here in the United States. Five years later in 2015, End Citizens United was established. End Citizens United mission is to defer the effects of the Supreme Court decision in 2010. With the road open to questionable spending in the nation’s campaign finance system, End Citizens United endeavors to counter these dangerous effects.
With 2018 mid-term elections right around the corner, ECU aims to combat the unfair advantage of candidates sponsored with billionaire’s big bucks, and candidates sponsored by profitable corporations to support the corporation’s interests.End Citizens United, in existence only three years, has emerged as a powerhouse in support of pro-reform candidates. Candidates, with an ECU endorsement, has multiple advantages. Currently, ECU has over 400.000 donors. This year ECU is on target to raise over $35 million for this mid-term election just around the corner.
ECU Endorsements for the 2018 Midterm Elections
Brendan Kelly is currently the state’s attorney for Illinois’s Saint Clair County. Kelly background is her history of battling against corporations and special interests groups. Brendan Kelly is looking to unseat Congressman Mike Bost. Mike Bost during his term as Congressman accepted $470.000 from Paul Ryan Leadership Fund. Andy Kim has pledged not to accept corporate campaign funding. Kim is running for the third Congressional District of New Jersey seat. Tom MacArthur currently holds this seat. MacArthur is the brains behind authoring the perilous TrumpCare bill.Jacky Rosen, now the U.S. Representative for Nevada 3rd Congressional District, is running for the U.S. Senate position this midterm election. Rosen is running against incumbent Dean Heller, a senator with a long history of being courted and paid by special interests groups.
This is just a short list of the candidates that ECU is endorsing. Many others, including incumbents already in office, enjoy the support of ECU. These candidates, no matter which party affiliation, are the United States’s primary hope to wring this country from current candidates whose sole purpose is to line the pockets of big corporations and special interest groups.
— End Citizens United (@StopBigMoney) July 13, 2018