End Citizens United Endorses Four Reformers in Illinois

April 24, 2018

End Citizens United (ECU) today announced that it has endorsed four candidates for U.S. House from Illinois, including Congressman Brad Schneider (IL-10), as well as Sean Casten (IL-06), Betsy Londrigan (IL-13), and Lauren Underwood (IL-14). “Too many politicians in Washington are beholden to the Big Money special interests. They’re corrupting the system and leaving everyday […]

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End Citizens United Endorses Richard Ojeda in WV-03

April 24, 2018

Ojeda is rejecting corporate PAC money in his campaign End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed Richard Ojeda in West Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District. As a sign of his commitment to reform, Ojeda recently announced that he is rejecting corporate PAC money in his campaign. ECU encourages candidates to reject money from corporate special interests and […]

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End Citizens United Endorses Aftab Pureval in OH-01

April 24, 2018

Pureval joins growing list of candidates who are rejecting corporate PAC money End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed Aftab Pureval in Ohio’s 1st Congressional District. As a sign of his commitment to reform, Pureval recently announced that he is rejecting corporate PAC money in his campaign. ECU encourages candidates to reject money from corporate special […]

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End Citizens United Endorses 10 New Reformers

April 24, 2018

ECU backs 10 more challengers, bring total endorsements for 2018 cycle to 149 candidates Washington, DC — End Citizens United (ECU) today announced that it has endorsed a new slate of House challengers, all of whom are committed to fighting for getting Big money out of politics. The full list of endorsed candidates includes: Sean […]

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ECU Praises Senator Harris on Rejecting Corporate PAC Money

April 23, 2018

Harris is sixth sitting Senator that has made a commitment to reject corporate PAC money Trend continues to grow with more than 100 candidates refusing corporate PAC money in 2018 election cycle End Citizens United (ECU) praised Senator Kamala Harris today for her leadership and decision to reject corporate PAC money. Harris’ decision to reject […]

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End Citizens United Raises $100,000 for Hiral Tipirneni’s Campaign

April 18, 2018

End Citizens United (ECU) announced today that its network of grassroots members have contributed $100,000 in small-dollar donations, with an average contribution of $8.00, for Hiral Tipirneni since endorsing her in March. The news comes on the heels that Tipirneni outraised her opponent Debbie Lesko in the latest FEC filing for the April 24th special election without […]

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No Corporate PAC Money? No Problem. These 16 Challengers Just Outraised Incumbent Opponents

April 17, 2018

16 ECU-endorsed challengers who reject corporate PAC money outraised their incumbent opponents who take corporate money According to the latest FEC reports, 16 End Citizens United-endorsed challengers who are rejecting corporate PAC money outraised their incumbent Republican opponents. As voter desire to get Big Money out of politics grows, an increasing number of candidates are […]

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New Evidence Further Points to Coordination Between Rick Scott and New Republican Super PAC

April 12, 2018

Poll commissioned by New Republican shows March dateline, further pointing to coordination between candidate and Super PACOn Tuesday, End Citizens United filed a FEC complaint against Rick Scott for violating campaign finance laws as chair of New Republican Super PACOn Tuesday, less than 24 hours after declaring his candidacy for Senate, Rick Scott was hit with an […]

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End Citizens United Statement on Speaker Ryan’s Retirement

April 11, 2018

Ryan is one of ECU’s Big Money 20 candidates who stacks the deck in favor of his mega-donors at the expense of his constituents ECU President Tiffany Muller released the below statement following the news that Speaker Paul Ryan (WI-01) will not seek re-election. “After years of putting Big Money special interests ahead of working […]

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