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Six More No Corporate PAC Candidates Win

Nov 08, 2018

To date, 30 new House members have pledged to reject corporate PAC money

36 candidates endorsed by End Citizens United flipped a seat from Red to Blue  

As results continue to come in, more no corporate PAC House challengers are racking up victories.

Updated Count as of 11/8:

  • There will be 42 members in Congress who will be rejecting corporate PAC money. This includes:

    • 30 new House members

    • 5 returning House members

    • 7 re-elected and sitting Senators

  • Of the 56 newly elected Democratic members of Congress, more than half (30) are rejecting corporate PAC money

    • More than half of the seats Democrats flipped so far have been No Corporate PAC candidates with several more races too close to call

  • The current list of incoming No Corporate PAC members includes: Katie Hill (CA-25), Mike Levin (CA-48), Jason Crow (CO-06), Jahana Hayes (CT-05), Lucy McBath (GA-06), Cindy Axne (IA-03), Lori Trahan (MA-03), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), David Trone (MD-06), Elissa Slotkin (MI-08), Rashida Tlaib (MI-13), Dean Phillips (MN-03), Ilhan Omar (MN-05), Chris Pappas (NH-01), Andy Kim (NJ-03), Tom Malinowski (NJ-07), Deb Haaland (NM-01), Xochitl Torres Small (NM-02), Max Rose (NY-11), Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (NY-14), Antonio Delgado (NY-19), Anthony Brindisi (NY-22), Kendra Horn (OK-05), Susan Wild (PA-07), Conor Lamb (PA-17), Joe Cunningham (SC-01), Colin Allred (TX-32), Elaine Luria (VA-02), Abigail Spanberger (VA-07), and Dr. Kim Schrier (WA-08)

  • Returning No Corporate PAC House members include: Ro Khanna (CA-17), Tulsi Gabbard (HI-01), John Sarbanes (MD-03), David Cicilline (RI-01), and Pramila Jayapal (WA-07)
  • Returning No Corporate PAC Senators include: Kamala Harris (CA), Elizabeth Warren (MA), Cory Booker (NJ), Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), Sheldon Whitehouse(RI), Bernie Sanders (VT), Maria Cantwell (WA)
  • At least 41 incoming House members signed ECU’s letter calling for campaign finance reform to be the first item on the agenda in January

  • ECU helped flip 36 seats so far, electing candidates who will fight to pass bold and sweeping reforms to unrig the system in Washington