End Citizen United Vision and Future Plans

Democratic candidates who will be running for different public offices will be at ease because they will be able to get campaign funds. This is after a new political action committee was formed. The End Citizens United will be able to give tens of millions to the House and Senate offices all across the USA. They get money from small donors that have contributed multiple millions of dollars.

 

Their aim is to pass a constitution amendment that wants to remove the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision that established the super PACs that has caused a lot of unaccounted money to be pumped into the US politics. Many people who have signed up to this movement that will pass a petition to Congress. 4 million inhabitants will be the ones who will join in and push for the right course. Big money politics will be avoided.

 

Tiffany Muller, the executive director, and the president said that about 100,000 people had contributed. They want to take people who will reduce the campaign funding in the Congress. The average amount of the contributions is 12 dollars, and they all want the leaders to get to Congress without a sponsor who will influence their leadership in office.

 

The Democrats want to win back offices that were lost to the Republicans and are not happy because Trump took the president seat. They will fight against his opinions and agendas that also include the person that he chose to lead the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch.

 

End Citizen United wants funds for the candidate vying for the congressional seat in Georgia and is a Democrat. He has been able to contribute 4 million dollars that have astonished many since he is just 30 years.

 

The PAC is still looking for the candidates that they will support for the 2018 races that will be looking for new house representative seats. They will defend the senators who are in the Congress now like Sherrod Brown and Jon Tester.

 

Operations in their committee are as a traditional PAC that cannot take contributions that are more than 5,000 dollars from one person. The small amount contributions put it in a top position in the Democrat-aligned groups that give money to the contestants. There were concerns but were not severe that they are stressing on contributions instead of focusing on grassroots activism.

 

Their spokesman, Adam Bozzi is in the view that the group should have ties with the campaign financiers so that they will not compromise leadership. He has collaborated with several groups that encouraged Republican senators to recuse themselves from nominating the now Secretary for Education Betsy DeVos since she had funded them with her family money.

 

 

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