In 2015, a political action committee committed to financing various campaign reforms in the United States of America entered the political arena. According to Richard Carbo, the political communications director, this group was planning to donate over ten million towards supporting Democrats. End Citizens United officially launched its bid to be on the forefront of political actions in 2016. The organization took to the streets after raising over $2 million from small donors. Throughout 2016, the group’s primary objective was raising $30 million towards the general elections. Apart from being able to raise huge donations towards the campaign, the ultimate achievement of the group was passing a constitutional amendment that would trigger the reversal of the Supreme Court’s decision that was approved in 2010. In that year, the decision to personalize the political action committee led to more numbers in the field of dark political money where the wealthy controlled all political situations.
Driven by the force to raise money and drive out big money usage in the political landscape, the End Citizens United managed to collect more than $4 million in the first three months of the current year, 2017. The PAC is dedicated to coming up with $35 million to support the Congress elections that will be conducted in mid-2018. Given that in 2016 the group managed to raise $25 million towards the elections, the latter amount would be significant in 2018. According to Tiffany Muller, the president, as well as executive director of End Citizens United, more than 90,000 individuals, have since registered as members of the team for the first time. In the 2017 contributions, more than 40,000 people have made their first contribution. With the group’s main agenda being conducting fair and just elections by electing finance reform champions, End Citizens is on the right track towards the 2018 elections.
A few weeks into the 2016 elections, End Citizens United initiated the mobilization of donors to contribute towards Jon Ossoff’s election. The Democratic candidate who hails from Georgia is a first-time candidate. He surprised the entire campaign team by his $4 million contributions. He is looking forward to replacing Tom Prince, the elected secretary of health and human services. According to Muller, Ossoff is better placed for the bid.
End Citizens United
End Citizens United was established in 2015 when the Supreme Court ruled against its reforms. Since then it has been an active political participant that incorporates corporate donations for elections. The primary objective of this team is to support political actions in the fair and just means. Founded by grassroots donors, the PAC is committed to transforming the political landscape of America to a better background. The group is inclined towards setting up a reasonable financial port to support its candidates.