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New ECU Ad: Kander and Blunt, Two Different Kinds of Service

Sep 13, 2016

For Immediate Release
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Contact: Adam Bozzi, [email protected]

End Citizens United is launching a new ad in Missouri in support of Jason Kander, who enlisted in the Army after September 11th and deployed to Afghanistan as an intelligence officer. The ad also holds Senator Roy Blunt accountable for his career of looking out for himself, lobbyists, and the special interests.

“While Jason Kander was serving his country in Afghanistan, Roy Blunt was serving his own interests in Congress,” said Tiffany Muller, End Citizens United Executive Director. “A longtime member of the Washington establishment, Senator Blunt has become part of the problem. He’s helped protect a system that’s rigged in favor of the special interests at the expense of middle-class families, voted to raise his own pay, and opposed campaign finance reforms that would end the flow of unlimited and undisclosed money in our elections. After more than 20 years with Roy Blunt in Congress, it’s time for a change. Jason Kander will fight to make sure that everyday Missourians come first.”

Backup for the ad can be viewed here.


Two men, two different kinds of service…
After 9/11, Jason Kander enlisted and deployed to Afghanistan as an intelligence officer.
In Congress, Roy Blunt voted to protect his own pay raise. Twelve times.
He lives in a DC mansion.
His wife and three of his children are all lobbyists.
Kander served his country. Blunt served himself.
End Citizens United is responsible for the content of this advertising.

End Citizens United, a grassroots funded political action committee (PAC), was established in March 2015 to counter the disastrous effects of Citizens United and reform our campaign finance system. To date, more than 1.5 million members from every state and territory have taken action to support End Citizens United.