November 8, 2018 / Press Releases

Six More No Corporate PAC Candidates Win

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

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