End Citizens United’s Road To Political Reformation

There have been numerous officeholders who are known to do the bidding of interests like drug syndicates Big oil and Wall Street. These officials have been known for rigging the system in order to do their special interest bidding. A campaign has recently been launched to deal with such officials. The campaign goes by the name Big Money 20. Bog Money 20 was developed and started by End Citizens United.

End Citizens United is a United States committee for Political Action. The organization was formed three years ago and is based in Washington D.C. under the leadership of Tiffany Muller; the organization aims at building up their Big Money campaign by getting rid of such officials in politics that are involved in the matter. End Citizen United has a team of 20 political aspirants hence their campaign title Big Money 20.The organization endorses the candidates who they feel would be fit for various political positions and have the potential of putting an end to the current menace that the organization is fighting against. They do so by finding their political campaigns and other personnel-related expenses.

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The mission for End Citizens United is to drive big money out of politics in the United States by getting their endorsed aspirants elected. They consider their work as being champions of reforms by financing campaigns. End Citizens United chose their candidates through a serious series of vetting to ensure that the candidates they land on have the potential of helping the organization arrive at their goal and mission.

Recently, End Citizens United has endorsed candidates of the Democratic political party like Russ Feingold, Elizabeth Warren, Zephyr Teachout and the famed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. It was able to drive a number of their candidates like Maggie Hassan into the government as senators. The organization spent millions of dollars on campaigns in the 2016 United States elections and is aiming at raising more money for the subsequent election candidates that it will endorse. By June 2017, End Citizens United announced that they had already achieved close to 7.5 million in donations which is an impressive amount considering that their target is 35 million dollars for the election cycle of 2018.

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