End Citizens United Featured In Press On Senator Roy Blunt

February 22, 2016

Blunt kicks off campaign with tour stop in Springfield By Jon Swedien “. . . Another group critical of Blunt over his stances on campaign finances has also launched a website criticizing Blunt’s legislative record. End Citizens United PAC — which supports Kander — opposes the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision that allows corporations […]


New Polling From End Citizens United

February 5, 2016

Today, End Citizens United released new research on voter attitudes towards Citizens United and money in politics. The results showed that across party lines, voters enthusiastically support candidates who stand up to special interest money in politics. End Citizens United enlisted top polling firms to conduct a nationwide live telephone poll of likely voters. Key takeaways: Nationwide, […]


A Win for Campaign Finance Reform Advocates

November 4, 2015

A Win for Campaign Finance Reform Advocates Last night, supporters of campaign finance reform won two huge victories on opposite sides of the country. In Maine, Issue 1 passed with a strong 55% of the vote. Issue 1 will strengthen Maine’s visionary public financing system, which has been weakened since the advent of Citizens United. […]


Billionaires and Blank Brick Walls

October 19, 2015

BILLIONAIRES AND BLANK BRICK WALLS by Marilee Jolin, columnist | South Seattle Emerald There was a distinct fall chill in the air and leaves flew all over the Rainier Avenue sidewalks, but the film crew and expectant participants were not deterred.  By 10am, this past Thursday, the parking lot of Rocket Crossfit on the corner […]


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 […]