USA Today: Democratic PAC End Citizens United names ‘Big Money 20’ targets for 2018

December 5, 2017

By: Jessica Estepa A Democratic political action committee dedicated to pushing big money out of politics unveiled Monday the 20 Republican members of Congress it will target in 2018. End Citizens United calls them the “Big Money 20,” a group of Republicans who the PAC says have favored special interests over their own constituents, whether through accepting […]

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ECU in VICE: Money in Politics is Corrupting American Democracy

November 8, 2017

By: End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller This is an opinion piece by Tiffany Muller, the president of End Citizens United, the largest campaign finance reform organization dedicated to unrigging the system and getting Big Money out of our elections. The news this month that members of Congress worked with the drug lobby to push […]

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Las Vegas Review-Journal: Group just wants to overturn U.S. Supreme Court decision on campaign finance

November 4, 2017

By: Tiffany Muller, President of End Citizens United Politicians are beholden to big-money special interests in today’s rigged system. We’re fighting for reform. Just about all of us agree that there’s too much money in our politics. Three-fourths of Americans, from both parties, believe corporate political donations lead to corruption. And nine out of 10 […]

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The Gazette: Abby Finkenauer lands two more endorsements in Iowa 1st District U.S. House race

November 2, 2017

By: James Q. Lynch CEDAR RAPIDS — State Rep. Abby Finkenauer has landed another labor union endorsement in her bid for the Democratic nomination in Iowa’s U.S. House 1st District race. The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 234, which represents members in 92 Iowa counties, including the entire 1st District, is supporting Finkenauer because “we […]

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McClatchy: Most of Cruz’ campaign money comes from Texas

October 31, 2017

By: Andrea Drusch WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Cruz’s opponents on the left and right have accused the senator of abandoning Texas to raise his national profile — but in the year after his failed presidential bid, he’s raised money primarily from his home state. Cruz has raised nearly $4.7 million since January. Seventy-seven percent of contributions of […]

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