2018’s Top Political Targets Revealed By End Citizens United

The End Citizens United PAC has done things its own way since being established in 2015 as a grassroots organization dedicated to overcoming the issues created by big money donors given financial freedom in 2010 by the Supreme Court. End Citizens United has continued to look for new ways of publicizing its cause and recently released its own list of the top 20 political targets the liberal group will be looking to remove from Congress during the 2018 Midterm election cycle; the group has named a list of 20 politicians it believes have placed their own interests and those of major donors above the needs of the people of the U.S.

End Citizens United’s Executive Director and President, Tiffany Muller revealed the 20 named politicians represent what she described as the worst in politics of recent years. By taking the funding offered by major political donors and lobbying groups, these politicians described as the “Big Money 20” by Tiffany Muller are being targeted in the coming elections by End Citizens United to remove them from U.S. politics for good.

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Political experts reveal some of the names on the list may be vulnerable to being removed from the Houses of Congress by Democrats backed by End Citizens United the major names on the list will largely be used as a way of raising the profile of the PAC and its cause over the course of the Midterm election cycle. Among the best-known names within the “Big Money 20” are House Speaker Paul Ryan, former Presidential candidate Ted Ryan of Texas, and Nevada Senator Dean Heller.

Over the course of its work, the End Citizens United group has been committed to creating an impressive group of members who have now topped three million as the traditional political action committee looks to grassroots donations not permitted to top $5,000. Major Democratic donors including George Soros have provided funding for the PAC but donations are capped at just $5,000 to avoid a single donor directing the mission of End Citizens United to meet their own needs. The overall aim of End Citizens United is to remove the Supreme Court decision of 2010 from the law books as the removal of limits on financial donations to political groups and candidates during election campaigns has allowed the influence of major corporations and billionaire donors to grow without being checked at any level.

Find more about End Citizens United: http://releasefact.com/2017/09/end-citizens-united-endorses-randy-bryce-in-run-against-paul-ryan/