We all know that politics control over 90 percent of a country’s economy. That is why all too often, there is the need to elect the right leaders to serve citizens. With that said, the American political landscape has been going through a significant transformation since 2010 thanks to the decision by the Supreme Court when there was the establishment of a legal basis that defined corporations as people. From that point on, there has been a tremendous change in how people view politics. At the same time, End Citizens United was born.
End Citizens United was launched in 2015. The PAC is well aware of the open doors of donations from millionaires, marking the era of dark money. Now, since there is the circulation of dark money coupled with no accountability, End Citizens United has taken up the responsibility of making sure that there is an end to this dark money era.
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As such, for every election period, the PAC has committed to endorsing its members. There have been questions of why End Citizens United is specific about who should lead citizens. Well, the answer is appended to the fact End Citizens United is a grassroots organization founded by grassroots donors whose ethics uphold the value of clean working records. Here is a list of some of the candidates End Citizens United has endorsed over the recent election periods.
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End Citizens United has recently endorsed candidates who took an oath to never accept money from corporate and PACs throughout the campaign period. Some of these endorsements include;
• Jason Crow
• Anthony Brindisi
• Dean Philips
• Andy Kim
Reports by End Citizens United indicate that these candidates pledged to turn down any form of corporate donation from PAC. To the management of End Citizens United, this move reflects their commitment to support the outsized input of corporate firms especially in promoting the circulation of dark money.
Ironically, their incumbent opponents accepted donations from the multi-billion PACs. Regarding these endorsements, the president of the group, Tiffany Muller, said that the four candidates recognize the value of democracy. That is why they have turned down the money. Tempting as it is, it goes to show that the endorsed candidates will work with citizens to support developmental projects instead of pocketing the resources of their communities for personal use. End Citizens United continues to commit itself to ending the dark money era.