Huffington Post: How New Hampshire can Help Fix Washington

August 26, 2016

By: Tiffany Muller New Hampshire families don’t have much patience for Washington, D.C. Dysfunction has paralyzed Congress.  It’s failed to pass a budget, it can’t agree on an energy plan, and it won’t even hold a hearing on a nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.  It’s gotten so bad that the Centers for Disease Control can’t […]


KTNV: New Ad Targets Heck on Dark Money

August 25, 2016

By: Jon Ralston The outside ad campaign in Nevada’s Senate race continues today with a new spot from a group advocating campaign finance reform. The commercial, which you can see below from End Citizens United, builds on a previous ad assailing Rep. Joe Heck for taking dark money and for supporting the practice. The $1.5 million […]


New End Citizens United Poll: Voters Concerned about Money in Politics, Favor Candidates for Reform

August 22, 2016

End Citizens United has released a new poll studying voter attitudes on Citizens United, money in politics, and the presidential election. Nationwide, voters expressed serious concerns about the state of our campaign finance system, and they believe that the amount of money that corporations and the wealthy spend on political campaigns impacts their families.  They are worried about anonymous […]


NBC Poll: Clinton Leads Trump By 10 Points

August 19, 2016

By Leigh Ann Caldwell A new national poll released Friday shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump by ten points nationally. Clinton is ahead of Trump 50 percent to 40 percent in a head-to-head match-up, according to a poll commissioned by End Citizens United, a liberal-leaning public interest group working to rid large money from politics. […]


Politico: End Citizens United makes first House TV buy in Maine

August 9, 2016

By Theodoric Meyer End Citizens United PAC has reserved more than $200,000 in airtime backing Democrat Emily Cain in Maine, the first in a series of expected reservations backing Democratic House candidates who support campaign finance reform. The ads will run on broadcast and cable TV in Portland and Bangor between Aug. 23 and Aug. […]


Quad-City Times: Judge endorsed by campaign finance reform group

August 4, 2016

A political action committee focused on campaign finance reform has endorsed Patty Judge in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race. Judge, a Democrat, faces longtime Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley in the November election. “Patty Judge has a record of serving Iowans and will continue fighting for everyday Americans in the Senate,” Tiffany Muller, executive director […]


MIRS: End Citizens United files FEC Complaint in MI Primary

August 1, 2016

End Citizens United recently filed a FEC complaint against Tom Casperson, candidate in the Republican primary for Michigan’s First Congressional District. MIRS News reports: “Steve Mitchell of Mitchell Research and Communications, told MIRS he wouldn’t make a prediction about the race, but that there has been a precedent for Bergman potentially pulling off an upset. ‘Allen and Casperson battling […]