End Citizens United was established in 2015 as a grassroots organization in Washington, DC. They are dedicated to ending corporate America’s involvement in politics. The political system in America has become corrupt due corporations donating to candidates. End Citizens United is dedicated to putting a stop to money being a deciding factor in choosing government officials.
Tiffany Muller is the president and executive director of End Citizens United. She received her bachelor’s from Washburn University in Topeka, KS and her master’s degree from the University of Maryland. She has a background in working with grassroots organizations. She has worked for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the United States Congress.
Additionally, she has worked for the Victory Fund encouraging LGBT candidates to become elected. Her experience has helped End Citizens United become stronger and larger. They have grown from a small startup into a prominent organization. They have more than 3 million members and a budget of over 25 million dollars. She has placed End Citizens United into a new arena and assisted with electing 15 new government officials. She is also aiming for the organization to raise 35 million this year.
End Citizens United is dedicated to ending the influence of big money in politics. They believe that the American political system is corrupt due to billionaires donating to campaigns. They want big business out of the political arena. They desire to overturn the 2010 Supreme Court decisions in Citizens United v F.E.C. that allowed corporations to be equal to people. This decision is permitting tycoons to donate millions of dollars to campaigns without a trace. They are planning on implementing their strategy during 2018 elections.
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Recently, End Citizens United has endorsed Gary Trauner for U.S. Senate in Wyoming. He is against using corporate money for political campaigns. He began his political career 12 years ago and always believed that corporations need to stay out of the politics. He believes corporations enter into the political arena for selfish reasons that will not benefit American citizens.
Furthermore, End Citizens United have created “Big Money 20,” a list of their own politicians that are guilty of accepting donations from large corporations. They will be focused on exposing them in 2018. The list includes Sen. Dean Heller of NV, House Speaker Paul Ryan, WI, Rep. Mike Bishop, MI, Mike Coffman, CO, and many more politicians from across the country.
End Citizens United is determined to change the American political system. They believe that corporations should not be considered people. Their organization has a large following and is still growing. They will have an impact on the politics and make the changes America needs to have a fair electoral system.
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