End Citizens United: Stopping Big Money Politics

End Citizens United is one of the most influential political groups in the United States today. The organization was created in 2015 as an answer to the group Citizens United which was formed decades ago.

The goal of End Citizens United is to stop their rival group Citizens United from influencing the US elections and to make the results believable once again. They are also vying for the United States Supreme Court to junk their 2010 ruling favoring Citizens United which opened the flood gates for the wealthy and the rich to control the outcome of the elections. End Citizens United is working for the good of the American public, and they are proud to say that their membership as of 2017 has reached more than 3 million.

Recently, the group called for a press conference, announcing their plans for the upcoming 2018 elections. According to End Citizens United, they are busy raising enough funds to prevent the re-election of what they refer to as the “Big Money 20”. They are calling onto their 3 million strong supporters to donate money, with a limit of $5000 each member, so that they can reach their target election fund of $35 million and stop the Big Money 20 to regain their electoral seats. The Big Money 20 refers to a group of Republican senators and representatives who are accused of being corrupt.

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According to End Citizens United on endcitizensunited.org, these politicians are pushing for their own agendas, and they are not listening to what their constituents wanted. They are also accused of receiving donations and bribes, which is a violation of the law. The following politicians were tagged by End Citizens United as one of the members of Big Money 20: Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Nevada Senator Dean Heller, House Speaker Paul Ryan from Wisconsin, Michigan Representative Mike Bishop, Iowa Representative Rod Blum, Illinois Representative Mike Bost, Colorado Representative Mike Coffman, Pennsylvania Representative Ryan Costello, New Jersey Representative Rodney Frelinghuysen, California Representative Duncan Hunter, Texas Representative Will Hurd, California Representative Darrell Issa, New Jersey Representative Tom McArthur, Pennsylvania Representative Pat Meehan, Minnesota Representative Erik Paulsen, North Carolina Representative Rob Pittenger, California Representative Dana Rohrbacher, Illinois Representative Peter Roskam, New York Representative Claudia Tenney, and California Representative Mimi Walters.

Tiffany Muller, the group’s executive director, is pleading to all Americans not to vote those who are involved in big money politics. She stated that big money politics destroyed the American government. She also wanted the members of End Citizens United to do everything that they can to be heard by their representatives. She claimed that End Citizens United cannot fight the battle alone, and if the American public wants to experience some change, they would have to fight for it and let the government know that the American public is fed up with big money politics.

See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_Citizens_United