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End Citizens United Endorses Archie Parnell for Congress

May 5, 2017

Sumter, SC – End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed Archie Parnell for Congress. “Archie Parnell finished the South Carolina primary with over 70% of the vote and has shown that he has grassroots support as he heads into the general election,” said ECU President and Executive Director Tiffany Muller. “In Congress, Parnell will fight for […]

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End Citizens United Announces First House Endorsements for 2018 Cycle

April 25, 2017

Endorses Campaign Finance Reform Champions in 19 districts across 11 states   Washington, D.C. – End Citizens United (ECU) today announced its first round of House endorsements for the 2018 cycle. The list includes 19 champions of campaign finance reform across 11 states. This first round of endorsements will allow ECU to connect those candidates […]

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End Citizens United Endorses Rob Quist for Congress

April 21, 2017

Helena, Mt. – End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed Rob Quist for Congress. Quist, who is running in a special election to represent Montana’s at-large district, opposes Citizens United, the disastrous Supreme Court decision that opened the floodgates for unlimited, undisclosed spending in elections. “Rob Quist will be an independent voice for Montana in Congress. A […]

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End Citizens United Statement on Runoff in GA-06

April 19, 2017

Tiffany Muller, executive director of End Citizens United, released the following statement on Tuesday’s special election in GA-06. “There’s no doubt that mega-donors eager to protect the rigged system in Washington will pour millions in corporate special interest money into this race to fund false attacks against Jon Ossoff over the next two months. End Citizens […]

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Atlanta Jewish Times: Ossoff Just Misses Flipping the 6th

April 19, 2017

By: David R. Cohen, Michael Jacobs, Patrice Worthy, & Sarah Moosazadeh The outcome keeps alive the possibility of Georgia’s first Jewish congressman since Democrat Elliott Levitas lost a bid for a sixth term in 1984. Voters in the 6th, which sweeps from East Cobb through North Fulton into North DeKalb and covers as much as […]

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