End Citizens United Endorses Jacky Rosen for U.S. Senate

August 3, 2017

Henderson, NV — End Citizens United (ECU) today announced its endorsement of Representative Jacky Rosen for U.S. Senate in Nevada. As one of the most competitive Senate races of the 2018 cycle, Nevada will be a hotbed of outside spending as corporate special interest groups look to prop up Senator Heller’s failing campaign. Last cycle, total […]


Billings Gazette: Montana’s Tester fights dark money with SUN

May 21, 2017

By: Tiffany Muller Over the past several weeks, thousands of Montanans have reached out to thank Sen. Jon Tester. You don’t hear of a senator getting thanked very often, especially considering Congress’ sky high unpopularity. Of course, most other senators aren’t Jon Tester. A third-generation dirt farmer known for his trademark flattop haircut, Tester is […]


One Nation Goes Dark(er)

October 28, 2016

One Nation, a Republican dark money “nonprofit” focused on Senate races, has spent nearly $30 million on TV ads since its reboot in May 2015 – all without disclosing its billionaire donors. Now, it has taken its abuse of our campaign finance system to new lows. CNN reported that the group has donated $11 million directly to the Senate […]


ECU Launches $5 Million Swing State Program in Campaign’s Final Weeks to Elect Reformers

October 13, 2016

For Immediate Release Thursday, October 13, 2016 Contact: Adam Bozzi, adam@endcitizensunited.org End Citizens United (ECU) has launched a nearly $5 million program that will last through Election Day to elect candidates who support campaign finance reform. “With new momentum behind Democrats across the country, ECU will help ensure we elect reformers who will work with President Hillary […]


CREW’s Court Victory a Major Step Forward for Reform

September 19, 2016

Congratulations to Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), which just scored a major win in the fight to end the unlimited, secret money that is corrupting our elections (often called dark money). Since Citizens United and a series of similar Supreme Court decisions, a handful of billionaires and corporate special interests have used […]