End Citizen United is one of the largest PAC registered organizations in the U.S. It was established in 2015, and medium income earners fund it. End Citizen United mandate is to revolutionize the campaign finance system as well as counter the effects of Citizen United in the political arena.
End Citizen United supports three more candidates
In May 2017, End Citizen United made public its new 2018 endorsement, designed to support Heidi Heitkamp, Sheldon Whitehouse, and Bob Casey of North Dakota, Rhode Island, and Pennsylvania respectively. This support would enable End Citizen United work in collaboration with the above candidates so as to reach its more than 143,000 members from the three states. The aim of these endorsements is to champion advocacy reforms, which will increase campaign finance. This support would also provide these senators with the resources they require to win the elections.
According to Director Tiffany Muller, the three senators have an excellent professional record. Therefore, it was easy to support them. Additionally, these amazing leaders had been fighting for the reforms that were consistently championed by the End Citizens United. In a press release, Director Muller told the media that election of these leaders would fuel the agenda aimed at helping the middle class by putting an end to the regime of ‘Big Money out of politics.’ In the last couple of weeks, End Citizens United has had a significant impact in Georgia, enabling it to raise more than $900,000 to run a digital advertisement so as to elect Jon Ossoff. In 2016 alone, End Citizen United was able to generate $15 million worth of funding used to elect 15 members to Congress, including Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto and Maggie Hassan.
End Citizen United plan to raise more than $35 million
End Citizen United is determined to raise its funds to enable the committee to fund its political ideas. Since the beginning of the year, the End Citizen United has been able to raise above $4 million. This organization targets to generate more than $35 million before the midterm elections for Congress planned to take place in 2018. Based on the reports by USA TODAY, this strategy will generate more money than it did in 2016. Within the first quarter of the year, this group has been able to engage more than 100,000 people. Of this group of people, about 40,000 of them donated to the End Citizen United for the very first time. Based on Director Muller’s report, the organization has been able to generate an average of $12 million in 2017. Early this year, End Citizen United urged its supporters to contribute about $500,000 to support the election of Democrat Jon Ossoff. Mr. Ossoff raised about $4 million to fund the special election held on the 18th April.