National Journal: New, Well-Funded Campaign Finance PAC Targets House Battleground Seats

October 6, 2015

By: Kimberly Railey | October 4, 2015 A new cam­paign-fin­ance-re­form PAC with am­bi­tious spend­ing goals is adding six battle­ground House dis­tricts to its tar­get list. End Cit­izens United PAC is en­dors­ing Demo­crats Mi­chael Egg­man in Cali­for­nia, Josh Got­theimer in New Jer­sey, Mor­gan Car­roll in Col­or­ado, Mon­ica Ver­non in Iowa, Brad Schneider in Illinois, and Pete […]

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New York Times: Candidates Afloat on a Sluice of Money

September 14, 2015

New York Times: Candidates Afloat on a Sluice of Money EDITORIAL | September 12, 2015 When the Republican presidential candidates debate this week, it would help if voters could hear them offer detailed proposals for dealing with the 800-pound fat cat in the room — superrich donors who are making enormous, often untraceable contributions that […]

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National Journal: New Campaign-Finance-Reform PAC to Boost Four More Democratic Senate Candidates

August 26, 2015

National Journal: New Campaign-Finance-Reform PAC to Boost Four More Democratic Senate Candidates The group, End Citizens United, plans to spend $25 to $30 million next year. By: Kimberly Railey | August 25, 2015 A new campaign-finance-reform PAC with big spending plans is endorsing four new Democratic Senate candidates, including one in battleground Florida’s contested Democratic […]

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POLITICO: New Reform Group Partners with Pro-Clinton PAC

August 10, 2015

POLITICO: New Reform Group Partners with Pro-Clinton PAC End Citizens United PAC, a new political action committee, is partnering with Ready PAC — previously known as Ready for Hillary — to back candidates who support campaign finance reform. The group is renting the pro-Clinton super PAC’s list and has been able to raise over $2 […]

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Newsweek: How Shadowy Groups Dominate Fundraising, Spending

August 6, 2015

Key takeaway from Newsweek:  “A new analysis by New York University’s Brennan Center for Justice, which supports campaign finance limits, found that in the first half of the year, outside groups with explicit ties to the 21 mainstream presidential candidates—the study labels them “shadow campaigns”—raised $273 million ($103 million by Jeb Bush’s “Right to Rise” Super […]

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