Rep. Poliquin Lands Spot on Big Money 20

July 11, 2018

Big Money 20 members are top targets for End Citizens United in 2018 End Citizens United (ECU) today named Rep. Bruce Poliquin as the latest member of its Big Money 20, a list of the group’s top targets to defeat in November. The Big Money 20 represents the worst of Washington’s rigged system – politicians who […]

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Poll Finds Americans Fear SCOTUS Could Give Special Interests Even More Political Influence

July 11, 2018

A new Navigator Research poll conducted in collaboration between GBA Strategies and Global Strategy Group found that money in politics is one of the most compelling issues for opposing Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. The issue is particularly salient with Republicans who are worried about the role of unlimited money in politics. The findings echo an earlier Daily […]

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End Citizens United Makes First State-Level Endorsements

July 11, 2018

ECU-affiliate, Fight for Reform, to connect local grassroots members with endorsed candidates running for state-level office Washington, D.C. — End Citizens United (ECU) today announced it is endorsing state-level candidates for the first time. The grassroots campaign finance reform group is backing nine reformers in six states. The full list of endorsements includes: January Contreras, candidate for […]

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End Citizens United: Senate Should Reject Judge Kavanaugh

July 9, 2018

With 4 million-member network, ECU will launch local and national grassroots efforts in opposition to Judge Kavanaugh End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller released the following statement tonight in opposition to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court: “President Trump’s decision to nominate Judge Kavanaugh is a threat to the rights and well-being of […]

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Six Reformers Earn End Citizens United Endorsement

July 9, 2018

Washington, D.C. — End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed six new candidates running for the House, all of whom are committed to getting Big Money out of politics. The endorsed candidates are: Greg Stanton (AZ-09), J.D. Scholten (IA-04),  Antonio Delgado (NY-19), Madeleine Dean (PA-04), Leslie Cockburn (VA-05), and Dan Kohl (WI-06). “Voters across the country are fed up with politicians who prioritize mega-donors […]

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MN-03: Phillips Spotlights No PAC Commitment, Reform in WCCO Interview

July 2, 2018

Dean Phillips, candidate for Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, highlighted his platform to unrig Washington and get money out of politics in an interview with WCCO CBS Minnesota yesterday. Phillips discussed his challenge to Congressman Paulsen to sign the “The Minnesota Way” pledge, a commitment to keep special interest money out of the MN-3 race and be accessible to voters. Phillips is […]

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WA-05: Brown Highlights Rejection of Corporate PAC Money in New Ad

July 2, 2018

ECU endorsed candidate Lisa Brown (WA-05) has released a new ad spotlighting her commitment to curbing the influence of Big Money in Congress and her decision to reject corporate PAC money. “Well the D.C. dark money insiders have set up shop in Eastern Washington. They’re here to run millions of dollars in negative ads just to tear […]

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End Citizens United Endorses Three New Reform Candidates for Congress

June 29, 2018

Washington, D.C. — End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed three new candidates running for House, all of whom are committed to getting Big Money out of politics. The endorsed candidates are: Josh Harder (CA-10), Katie Hill (CA-25), and Steven Horsford (NV-04). “Americans are fed up with the rigged system in Washington where mega-donors and special interests […]

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NEW POLL: CA-22 Race Within Eight Points

June 28, 2018

In a heavily Republican district, Andrew Janz trails incumbent Devin Nunes by eight points, 41 – 49 percent Washington, D.C. – A new poll commissioned by End Citizens United (ECU) and conducted by PPP, shows Andrew Janz, candidate for California’s 22nd Congressional District, trailing Congressman Devin Nunes by eight points, 41 to 49 percent. “Californians […]

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