Recently, End Citizens United endorsed Gary Trauner in his bid for a Senate seat in Wyoming. Although End Citizens United endorsed Gary Trauner, they won’t be shipping any money to his campaign. Gary Trauner does not accept money from PACs.
The refusal of donations from PACs is a current trend among Democrats running for office in 2018. As well as Gary Trauner, Beto O’Rourke; Texas, Jason Crow; Colorado, Andy Kim; New Jersey, Cory Booker; New Jersey, and Elissa Slotkin of Michigan have all announced that will not accept campaign contributions from corporate PACs.
About End Citizens United
End Citizens United has been fighting to reverse a Supreme Court decision since they were created in March of 2015. The decision in question is Citizens United v. F.E.C. The court’s decision further identified corporations as people, creating further opportunity for the rich to buy elections.
End Citizens United supports candidates of the Democratic party who do not accept corporate donations; their intention is to remove Big Money from politics. They accomplish this by supporting candidates who do not accept the payoffs and ridiculous campaign contributions.
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President of End Citizen’s United – Tiffany Muller
Tiffany Muller attended college as Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas and the University of Maryland.
If 2004, she ran for Topeka City Council and won. This marked the first time in history and openly gay person served in office in the entire State of Kansas. During her time in local politics, she did all she could to extend anti-discrimination protections.
With her history in local politics and local grassroots efforts, she was a perfect candidate to lead an organization like End Citizens United. During her first annual year with End Citizens United, the company raised over #25 million dollars and gained 3 million more members. Under the guidance of Tiffany Muller, End Citizens United have assisted 15 democratic candidates to victory.
— End Citizens United (@StopBigMoney) March 20, 2018