January 22, 2019 / In The News

Colorado Politics: Crow pushing US House Democrats’ election, campaign finance reform package

By Ernest Luning

The head of End Citizens United, a campaign finance reform group that backed Crow, told Colorado Politics that the Aurora Democrat deserves recognition for putting a spotlight on some of HR-1’s key elements during his campaign and for helping organize a letter demanding that House Democrats address the plan first on their legislative agenda.

“Rep. Crow’s leadership has played a pivotal role in the introduction of this transformational anti-corruption and reform bill,” Tiffany Muller, president of End Citizens United Action Fund, said in a statement. “Rep. Crow ran a campaign that was centered on un-rigging the system so that government puts the needs of the people ahead of the special interests. ECU applauds Rep. Crow for leading in this fight and looks forward to working with him to pass historic reforms.”

Read full story at Colorado Politics.

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