End Citizens United Is Gearing Up For The 2018 Midterms

The 2018 midterm elections are coming up with a powerful amount of energy. This energy has led to more work and campaign fund raising on the part of End Citizens United. End Citizens United is a political action committee that is dedicated to trying to reverse the controversial and widely viewed s corrupt Citizens United decision. This decision protects corporations a if they have the same rights as citizens. This protection allows corporations to donate as much special interest money to campaigns as the corporate board chooses to force candidates to vote in the favor of the corporation of the owners of the corporation. End Citizens United have chosen to support candidates that are set on not taking special interest money and want to reverse the Citizens United decision decision.

For the 2018 midterm elections, End Citizens United has endorsed a number of candidates to be focuses for their donation collecting and to bring down the Big Money 20 List. The Big 20 is a goal of ECU. The Big 20 is a list the ECU employees put together. It is a list of the 20 current public servants in office who are bought off by special interest campaign money. The ECU endorsed candidates are listed in full on the political action committee’s website. The recent endorsed candidates include four new candidates in Illinois: Sean Casten, Betsy Londrigan, Brad Schneider, and Lauren Underwood. Richard Ojeda from West Virginia and Aftab Dureval from Ohio were also recently endorsed by ECU.

The political action committee ECU is expecting to raise $35 million in grassroots donations for the candidates they have endorsed in the 2018 midterms. So far they have raised $4 million for the midterms since the start of this year. Those in favor of ridding political system of big money may donate to ECU on their website. The average donation is $14. You may also support ECU by purchasing from their shop. Their shop has various shirts, mugs, buttons, and magnets.

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