End Citizens United is one of the most significant political action committees in the United States of America. In response to the Supreme Court’s decision in 2010 in the court case of Citizens United versus the Federal election commission which found that corporations have the same legal rights as individuals in the United States of America End Citizens United was founded. Because of the Supreme Court decision, political donors with endless sources of funds have had in excess of influence on our political system. Members of the nation are having growing concerns on the scale of corruption in our political system. End Citizens United has formed with a stated goal to help end corruption and reform campaign-finance policies.
End Citizens United is comprised of everyday members of the nation and is one of the largest grassroots political organizations to have ever been seen in the United States of America. Its current president is Tiffany Muller who is also the Executive Director of the organization. She has a history of progressive grassroots campaign management. She has stated that she is excited to help End Citizens United achieve the role of the elimination of big-money and politics. With her leadership End Citizens United was able to become a nationwide organization comprised of greater than 3 million individuals and managed to generate $25 million in political donations during their first election cycle. The average donation was only $14. By using the funds that were generated during the first election cycle End Citizens United has helped to elect 15 members of Congress. These 15 individuals are all in favor of changing campaign-finance policies. Two of the most well-known members of Congress that End Citizens United has helped to elect our Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada. Now in 2018 political action committee End Citizens United is utilizing its grassroots funding campaign and a large user base to raise the issue of big-money politics and make it known as a national priority. The hope is the power to help elect candidates who are in favor of changing political campaign.
Prior to serving as president of political action committee End Citizens United Tiffany was the deputy political director at the Democratic Senatorial campaign committee. She has also served as chief of staff for two members of Congress. With her extensive political experience, she is helping to propel End Citizens United to a position of prominence within our political ecosystem.
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— Brendan Kelly (@Kelly4SouthrnIL) March 20, 2018