A champion of reform, Andrews is rejecting corporate PAC and lobbyist money
End Citizens United (ECU) today endorsed Naomi Andrews for New Hampshire’s state legislature in Epping’s special election. Andrews is proving that she will put the people of Epping ahead of special interests by rejecting corporate PAC and lobbyist money.
“By rejecting corporate PAC and lobbyist money, Naomi Andrews is showing voters that she’s listening to their concerns,” said End Citizens United President Tiffany Muller. “Naomi has made the fight to root out government corruption a cornerstone of her campaign, and she’ll continue her work to make government work for all New Hampshire families. End Citizens United is proud to endorse Naomi Andrews for Epping’s special election, and we look forward to supporting her throughout the rest of the campaign.”
Andrews joins ECU’s endorsed state-level candidates across the country who are committed to prioritizing reform measures such as eliminating dark money in state elections and restricting contributions from corporations with government contracts.
ECU was established in March 2015 to counter the harmful effects of Citizens United and reform our campaign finance system. Its affiliated project, Fight for Reform (FFR), focuses on bringing transparency and accountability to state and local elections around the country.
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