National Journal: End Citizens United Raises $150K for Ossoff

March 1, 2017

By: Ally Mutnick End Cit­izens United re­por­ted rais­ing $150,000 in small-dol­lar dona­tions for former con­gres­sion­al staffer Jon Os­soff (D) since they en­dorsed his bid for former Rep. Tom Price’s (R) seat last Wed­nes­day. “Fif­teen thou­sand donors have giv­en an av­er­age con­tri­bu­tion of $10 to Os­soff’s cam­paign,” the group said. Click here for the full article […]


Politico Morning Score: Getting the NOD

February 23, 2017

By: Elena Schneider GETTING THE NOD — End Citizens United backs Jon Ossoff in GA-06: The liberal outside group announced Wednesday that it would back Jon Ossoff, who’s one of five Democratic candidates in the jungle primary to replace Rep. Tom Price. Click here to read the full report on Politico Morning Score.


Roll Call: Georgia Democrat Picks Up Progressive Endorsement

February 22, 2017

By: Simone Pathe End Citizens United, a liberal political action committee, is throwing its weight behind Democrat Jon Ossoff in the race to replace Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in Georgia’s 6th District.  The endorsement is the latest sign that Democrats want to make a play for the district, which President Donald Trump […]


Video: A Grassroots-Powered Resistance

February 10, 2017

Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, it’s been a never-ending parade of bad news. From a cabinet stacked with mega-donors and Wall Street insiders, to hate-filled and dangerous executive orders, the new President is doubling down on this country’s rigged system.  He’s capitalizing on disastrous Supreme Court rulings like Citizens United to ensure that Washington caters to […]


Missoula Independent: With DeVos vote looming, critics call on Sen. Daines and others to recuse themselves over campaign donations

February 2, 2017

By: Alex Sakariassen Betsy DeVos came one step closer to becoming Secretary of Education this week. The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on Tuesday split along party lines over her confirmation, and Republicans won 12 to 11. The question of DeVos’ installment in the Trump cabinet now falls to the full Senate, […]


The Hill: Two GOP senators to vote no on Betsy DeVos

February 1, 2017

By: Jordain Carney Sens. Susan Collins (Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) in dramatic back-to-back speeches Wednesday said they would oppose confirming Betsy DeVos as Education secretary. The two became the first Republican senators to break with any of President Trump’s Cabinet picks. The defections set up a potential 51-50 vote in the Senate to confirm […]