End Citizens United Plans To Capture The Political Arena By Raising $35 M For Midterm Elections

End Citizens United, the famous Political Action Committee (PAC) is on a mission to make a significant impact in the upcoming Congress elections in 2018. Since it founded in the year 2015, the PAC has garnered the attention of many people with its mission and action plans. In a recent confirmation, the president and executive director of the group, Tiffany Muller confirmed that it is planning to raise around $35 million before the midterm elections to the Congress next year. She also revealed that the PAC has already raised $4 million during the first quarter of 2017, which is considered to be a great leap for the group which has set a ceiling for the contributions.


To align with the mission of PAC, it accepts a maximum of $5,000 from an individual and keeps the data transparent. It should be noted that the PAC was set up in the wake of 2010 Citizens United verdict by the Supreme Court that recognized the corporate groups and unions as citizens. The verdict paved the way of unaccounted and uncontrolled cash into the election campaigns from the day. The super-rich and corporate groups pumped large chunks to political campaigns to make sure their desired candidates winning the elections to make profits from political advantages. Obviously, this was against the wish of the ordinary people and was not effectively representing the American democratic processing. To fight and control this, a group of political activists founded End Citizens United.


Since it founded, End Citizens United tried to play bigger roles in the political arena with a mission to bring legislation that ensures reform in campaign finance. By raising the targeted amount, the PAC is looking to elect maximum candidates who are supporting its mission to the Congress in 2018 election. By sending maximum candidates, the PAC is hoping to make the legislation that can control the unaccounted money flow into the election process. Per Tiffany, the PAC is highly influencing the people with its mission. “People now feel that the system is worked out against them, and super rich or corporate with massive contributions have a better influence in the system,” Muller said. “Now, the common people woke up to fight back.”


The target of $35 million is a great achievement considering the 2016 Presidential Election raised $25 million, and within two years a more amount is being targeted. In the 2016 Presidential Election, a number of like-minded candidates received the support and assistance from End Citizens United. The group is also fighting back the policies of Donald Trump and even worked with Republican Senators to vote out Betsy DeVos from being the United States Secretary of Education. The PAC favors Democrats over Republicans in campaigns as it feels that the ideologies and policies of Democrats are better supporting the reform in campaign finance.