End Citizens United is putting pressure on Republican incumbents to get their act together in 2018 or face the consequences.
The political action committee (PAC) is in the best shape than ever to make an impact on their promise to American voters and taxpayers to rid the political process of a rigged system, and the corrupt imbalance of power that has seeped into their government. The mission has been and will always be to hold elected officials accountable and remove the dark money from the special interest group’s influence over politicians who choose to ignore the taxpayer’s interest.
— End Citizens United (@StopBigMoney) December 27, 2017
PAC Makes Elected Officials Aware of Planned Action
Beginning in 2018, End Citizens United plans to use messaging all across the nation to bring the voter up to date on campaign finance reform. The PAC enlisted pollster Al Quinlan to analyze the 2016 data of the Nevada campaign that helped democrats. The poll data showed that voters, including independents, overwhelming supported campaign finance reform. In fact, the analysis concluded that voters are less-concerned about terrorism occurring in the United States than they are about politicians continuing to use special interest groups for their political gain.
Increased Donations Make Strong Impact
End Citizens United has raised over $10 million through small member donations that overall have come in at $12-$14 per member. The PAC is projecting that the $35 million planned resource allocation budget for 2018 will be met with its continued three million -and counting- member support. The PAC is continuing fundraising efforts; however, even with the donation limit of $5,000, the PAC believes that the unsolicited donations being tallied will make a sizable impact among known members.
Tax Reform Bill Costly For 2018 Votes
With the recent tax reform bill vote, End Citizens United believes that voters are not only expecting recourse action, they’re expecting consequences. The taxpayers are on the hook for a tax plan that will extend until 2027. The vote for the tax bill only gave more to the wealthiest in the country while leaving middle-class families to fend for themselves. Voters are not going to stand for that in 2018. Tiffany Muller, president of End Citizens United stated, “Make no mistake…This bill is going to hurt middle-class families. Voters will not forget this one.” With 17 of the 20 Republicans already on the list of “Big Money 20” that End Citizens United is preparing to unseat, the consequences are imminent.
End Citizens United’s message is the most powerful it’s ever been for its grass roots effort. With one member support at a time for the PAC, Americans are showing that they’re fed up with the quid pro quo going on in Washington.
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