Tiffany Muller is the President of End Citizens United and End Citizens United Action Fund.
Since joining ECU, Tiffany has helped grow the group from a start-up into a nationwide organization with more than 4 million members and 500,000 grassroots donors. Since its founding in 2015, ECU has raised over $70 million — with an average contribution of $14 — during the last two election cycles. The group has elevated the issue of reform as a national priority and spearheaded the movement among candidates to forgo corporate PAC money. Last cycle, under Tiffany’s leadership, ECU helped elect 58 new Democrats to the House of Representatives and paved the way for the introduction and House passage of the For the People Act — the most comprehensive anti-corruption and reform legislation in a generation.
Tiffany began her career in government and politics when she became the first openly gay public official in Kansas in 2004 as a member of the Topeka City Council, where she led successful efforts to expand anti-discrimination protections. She has been described as a “force of nature” and a “high-quality leader” who can “grasp the responsibility to a larger cause.”
After working for Governor Kathleen Sebelius as her research director, Tiffany ran a political research firm based in Florida where she worked on some of the biggest races in the country. In 2012, she was the vice-president of Political Operations at Victory Fund in a record-breaking year for LGBT candidates that included electing the first openly LGBT US Senator and doubling LGBT representation in Congress. She has served as a chief of staff to two Members of Congress and was deputy political director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, where she worked with the top-tier Senate races across the country.
Tiffany received her undergraduate degree from Washburn University in Topeka, KS and her master’s from the University of Maryland. She sits on the boards of Let America Vote and the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center. She is a die-hard fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and US Women’s Soccer. She lives in Washington, DC with her wife and their daughter.
A longtime political veteran, Scott came to ECU from The Sheridan Group where, as Vice President, he managed advocacy strategies for nonprofit clients including the ONE Campaign and City Year’s Voices for National Service. Prior to The Sheridan Group, Scott served over a decade on Capitol Hill. He was Chief of Staff to Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), lead sponsor of the Disclosure of Information on Spending on Campaigns Leads to Open and Secure Elections (DISCLOSE) Act. Scott is also a proud alum of Senator Ted Kennedy’s office, having served a number of roles including as the Senator’s Senior Advisor.
Scott received a Masters degree in Public Communications from American University and a B.A. in Political Science from Boston University. A native of Massachusetts, Scott is convinced clam chowdah isn’t the real thing unless it’s actually made in New England.
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Prior to joining End Citizens United, Erin worked on the Hill for Rep. Ami Bera from California. She saw the impact of money in politics, first hand, during Rep. Bera’s 2014 re-election which had the highest outside spending out of any Congressional race in the country. Erin began her career in democratic politics in 2006 in her home state of Texas, working on a successful Congressional campaign to unseat former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.
While working in the private sector in government affairs for an airline, Erin acquired her love of travel and exploring new places. Her first trip to Europe was a 36 hour visit to Paris. She graduated from Texas State University with a bachelors in Mass Communications and is a weather enthusiast, keeping her colleagues informed of big storms threatening DC.
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Adam is the Strategic Partnerships Director at End Citizens United. Previously, he served as Communications Director at Every Voice, running the organization’s political accountability program, and overseeing the press and digital teams. For more than a decade, Adam has managed or advised communications campaigns on money-in-politics issues for policy, ballot, and electoral campaigns at the local, state, and federal levels. He’s a proud West Virginian and a graduate of Elon University in North Carolina. And one time he texted with Hillary Clinton.
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Audrey Battaglini is the Action Fund Assistant at End Citizens United. Audrey got her start in politics as a press intern in Senator Joe Donnelly’s office helping draft social media and other communications. Immediately prior to joining ECU, she worked as a field organizer on MJ Hegar’s bid for the Texas 31st Congressional District, a race made famous by Hegar’s viral “Doors” ad.
Audrey graduated early from American University with degrees in political science and communications. Originally from Los Angeles, she is a diehard USC Trojans football fan.
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Before coming to End Citizens United, Adam served as Senator Bennet’s communications director. He brings more than 15 years of campaign and government communications experience at both the federal and state level. In addition to serving as Bennet’s communications director, he’s worked on Capitol Hill in Senator Jack Reed’s (D-RI) press shop and ran communications for Congressman Harry Mitchell (D-AZ). He’s a veteran of several campaigns, including Gov. Ronnie Musgrove’s run for Senate in Mississippi, Senator John Edwards 2008 presidential bid, Congressman Patrick Kennedy’s (D-RI) reelection in 2000 and gubernatorial races in Rhode Island and Kentucky. He’s managed communications in the Rhode Island Lt. Governor’s office and the Rhode Island Secretary of State’s office.
Bozzi graduated from Syracuse University with a dual bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Broadcast Journalism.
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Bawadden’s background in progressive politics began in field working on the 2014 gubernatorial race in Maine. Prior to joining the ECU team, Bawadden interned on Capitol Hill in Senator Angus King’s office.
Bawadden is a proud Mainer and an avid fly fisherman, seeking every opportunity to get out on the water and cast a fly. He is also extremely confident that his beloved Buffalo Sabres will make a run for the Stanley cup in the near future.
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Courtney Corbisiero is the Digital Director at End Citizens United. Prior to joining ECU, Courtney served as the Wisconsin State Digital Director for Hillary for America. In this role, she and her team ran a messaging and digital organizing program to recruit volunteers, persuade voters, and turn out the vote during the longest early vote period in Wisconsin’s history and on Election Day.
Courtney got her start in politics on the 2012 Obama for America re-election campaign, where she worked as the Digital Organizer in the battleground state of Ohio.
Originally from Chicago, Courtney graduated from The George Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
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Andrew Laskar is the National Finance Director at End Citizens United. Most recently, Andrew served as the Deputy National Finance Director on U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan’s successful 2016 race in New Hampshire, helping raise over $18 million.
Andrew got his start in politics as an intern for his hometown Congressman Mike Thompson of California’s 5th District, and later developed a passion for political fundraising as a member of the finance team on Maggie Hassan’s 2012 race for governor of New Hampshire – a race and a state that will always be close to his heart because it’s where he met his fiancée, Emily.
A die-hard Golden State Warriors fan since before that was cool, Andrew graduated with a degree in political science and history from the George Washington University.
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Christine is the Deputy Finance Director at End Citizens United. Prior to joining ECU, she worked as a research assistant, spent six months in Scotland, and interned on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Pete Aguilar.
Christine attended the University of Redlands in her native California, studying creative writing and political science.
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Bridgette is the Deputy Finance Director at End Citizens United. Prior to joining ECU, Bridgette worked on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign in California and Pennsylvania, and interned on Capitol Hill in the office of Representative Steve Cohen.
Originally from San Diego, Bridgette graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Political Science.
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BMaddie is the Campaign Services Finance Manager at End Citizens United. Before joining ECU, Maddie was the Deputy Finance Director for Amy McGrath’s congressional campaign, the Finance Director for Josh Butner’s congressional campaign, and interned with the Los Angeles County Democratic Party.
Originally from St. Louis, Maddie graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degrees in Political Science.
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A veteran of state and local political campaigns, Jody Murphy has worked with state legislative caucuses for the last 10 years. Immediately prior to joining End Citizens United, he served as a Political Director and Independent Expenditure Director for the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee. During his time at the DLCC, Jody worked in 18 states across the country to lead in-state independent expenditure efforts while building local democratic infrastructure. He has previously served as Executive Director for legislative programs in Virginia, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Jody is a proud native of both Troup, Texas and Dale, Oklahoma. He played baseball and graduated from Oklahoma Baptist University.
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Lynn Jorden has worked in politics since 2011, when she was a researcher on Gov. Steve Beshear’s reelection campaign in Kentucky. She then served as Deputy Research Director for Sen. Jon Tester’s 2012 reelection race in Montana and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s campaign for Virginia governor in 2013. In 2014, Lynn was a Research Associate at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee’s independent expenditure arm. During the 2016 cycle, Lynn was Research Director for Sen. Michael Bennet’s reelection campaign in Colorado, where she was in charge of both self and opposition research and served as a key part of the campaign’s messaging and strategy team. Lynn also was a consultant with the research firm of Jones Mandel.
Lynn is originally from Pennsylvania with stops in Illinois and Wyoming. She graduated from Gettysburg College with a B.A. in political science and serves as a member of the City of Alexandria’s Public Records Advisory Commission.
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Mark Andrews is the Compliance and Operations Associate. Mark comes to End Citizens United with a background in compliance working with campaigns, PACs, and labor unions. Mark has also worked in property management and accounting.
Mark got his start in politics as a high school intern with the office of Congresswoman Carol-Shea Porter and went on to complete two other congressional internships while attending Lesley University in Cambridge, MA. Mark graduated with a major in Global Studies and minor in Political Science.
At 19 years old, Mark was a candidate for New Hampshire’s 9th District State Representative- it was an extremely close election with the unfavorable outcome decided by just 9 votes.
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Ian is the Executive Assistant at End Citizens United. During college, Ian was an active advocate for progressive causes, interning for his Congressman Jim McGovern, Everytown for Gun Safety, and the American Water Works Association.
Ian graduated from American University’s School of Public Affairs. He studied abroad in Brussels, Belgium and is a native of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.
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Jordan Wood is the Political Director at End Citizens United. Jordan got his start in progressive politics working on Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign for President. Prior to joining the team at End Citizens United, he worked on numerous competitive House campaigns. Jordan also worked on Capitol Hill before starting a career in political fundraising.
Originally from Maine, Jordan graduated from Calvin College in Michigan with degrees in Political Science and Philosophy.
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Evan Brown is the Deputy Political Director at End Citizens United.
Prior to joining ECU, Evan served as campaign manager and in senior communications roles on targeted Senate, House, and Governor’s races across the country. He has managed seven-figure budgets, overseen large teams of consultants, and coached candidates, most recently working on campaigns in Alaska, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico.
When not doing campaign work, Evan can usually be found poring over baseball statistics, getting lost while backpacking overseas, or trying to convince anyone who will listen that New Haven has the best pizza in the country.
Evan is a native of Guilford, CT. He graduated from American University in Washington, DC with a B.A. in Political Science and a B.S. in Economics.
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Amanda is the Political Assistant at End Citizens United. Prior to joining ECU, she was a Field Organizer for Brendan Kelly’s Congressional campaign and interned for Congressman Ben Ray Lujan on Capitol Hill. A Boston native, she grew up surrounded by politics; the first campaign she volunteered for was a local school committee race.
Amanda attended McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, where she graduated in June 2018 as the School of Arts Valedictorian with a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy.
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Rajan manages ECU’s Fight For Reform project, which is focused on electing state-level reform champions and passing reform ballot initiatives. Before joining ECU, Rajan’s work in progressive politics included campaign management and strategic communications. He holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Georgetown University.
Rajan is a native Californian and a longtime fan of Oakland sports.
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Dorothy Scheeline is the Research Director at End Citizens United. Her background is in both political research and nonpartisan advocacy. After starting her career in progressive politics in Massachusetts, she traveled to DC where she gained extensive experience in political research. In her previous roles at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and American Bridge she provided research for the nation’s most competitive senate races. Before her career as a researcher, she was part of the electoral reform movement, advocating for changes in our elections system from coast-to-coast.
She graduated from Northeastern University in Boston with a B.S. in Political Science, and originally hails from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
Sam Jones is the Deputy Research Director at End Citizens United. Prior to joining ECU, Sam worked at the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, assisting with the development of new programs, internal processes, and products. Sam previously performed political and campaign research at both the national and ground levels, including working at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and on Bruce Braley’s 2014 U.S. Senate campaign.
Originally from Los Angeles, Sam received an MPA and Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California, and continues to be a diehard Trojan fan.
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Rachel got her start in progressive politics in college where she served as the team leader for the Students for Obama group on campus. After graduation, she worked in New Hampshire for the 2014 mid-term cycle and joined a political consulting firm.
Rachel received her B.A. in Political Science and Geography from the University of Florida. She loves the Florida Gators and looks forward to their triumphant return in college football.