End Citizens United Commitment to Combat Big Money in United States’ Elections

End Citizens United has been on the forefront of chairing fair elections in the United States of America. Faced with the responsibility to raise money for the next elections, the political group has raised more than $4 million in mid-2017. The team is still committed to raising over $35 million in the next elections in 2018. Considering the amount the group contributed towards the general elections in 2016, it is projected that the team will make progress in 2018.


The president of End Citizens United, Muller Tiffany, said that more than 100,000 individuals had made their contributions towards the group. In 2017, over 40,000 have pledged their allegiance to the group by making their first contribution. Tiffany Muller also stated that the group is dedicated to making sure that the right people are elected. With the members of the group feeling that President Trump’s cabinet is undermining them, the team is committed to proving themselves to Trump’s cabinet by winning the 2018 general elections. The congress elections that will see Jon Ossoff vie for the position of health secretary will be the pace setter of the team’s performance.


A few weeks after the donations, End Citizens United took to the political platform with the aim of mobilizing donors to donate towards Jon’s election as a congressman. To people’s surprise, Jon Ossoff parted with more than $ 4 million towards his campaign in April. As he looks forward to replacing Tom Prince who was elected for the health as well as human services secretary, End Citizens United is dedicated to ensuring that he is elected come 2018.


Although End Citizens United contributors are allowed to part with $ 5,000, the group has received over the set limits since 2016. The amount was significant in the 2016 general elections, and for that reason, the group is sure of winning more supporters regarding donors. End Citizens United plays different roles including mobilizing donors and campaigners aside from supporting Democrats. This is evident by the support the team showed when in 2016, they assembled Republicans to refrain from voting for Betsy DeVos. The result was a tie that called for the vice president to break.

End Citizens United

End Citizens United is a political action committee that was established in 2010. Under the decision of the Supreme Court, the group was launched in 2015 with the aim of getting rid of big political money that influences corruption. End Citizens United has therefore been on the lead of electing the right political candidates who are committed to cheering finance reforms in the country. Funded by the grassroots donors, the group is committed to making the American political landscape a national priority by ensuring that political reformists are elected.