End Citizens United is a nonprofit political action group that is funded by donors in the United States. Its focus is on electing finance reformers who would campaign to overturn the citizens united. This group is located in the heart of United States, in Washington, District of Columbia.
End Citizens United was founded on March 1, the year 2015 and up-to-date, it is operational. It has a rough estimate of 11-50 employees. End Citizens United is also known as the ECU. In the year 2010, the Supreme Court in the United States made a firm decision that influenced the changes in politics. They tabled the idea of allowing groups with special interest and wealth to use the money in the United States elections. This move was to bring in accountability in the political world in the United States. End Citizens United’s main role is to minimize the effect of corporate dollars in the political campaigns. The mission thereof is to end any big money in political campaigns, and electing a responsible campaign finance team of champions to spearhead the state ballot measures and bring the matter to a national level.
It is important to note that campaigning is costly and that is why the End Citizens United comes into place to regulate the matter. What ECU does, is to bring together voters who are of the same mind to pool together finances, hence promoting campaign finance reforms. End Citizens United uses a solid strategy of preventing increased contributions from few corporations which receive donations from thousands of citizens. They have a big goal of raising $35 million within the 2018 cycle. This contribution comes from every person with an average amount of $14.
End Citizens United has active members from every state in the United States. Moreover, they are committed to endorsing firm candidates whom they believe support the ECU noble cause. It has endorsed senators like Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand whom they believe demonstrated leadership skills and roles. Through a press statement, Tiffany Muller, the ECU president, thanked Senator Booker and said that the entire ECU group looks forward to working with him. Their daily devotion and partnerships are focused on reforming the broken political system in people’s common needs. Kirsten Gillibrand is the other individual that took a firm oath in advocating the transparency in the political process. Gillibrand announced that the influence of money in politics should be minimized and many voters agreed with that.
Last on our tour was St. Clair, where I cast my ballot. Polling places are open for another twenty minutes–so go get in line and let’s restore faith in Southern Illinois! #all12in12 #kellycoalition #IL12 #twill pic.twitter.com/vne6Esp4u2
— Brendan Kelly (@Kelly4SouthrnIL) March 20, 2018