The clock is ticking as the 2018 midterm election season approaches and End Citizens United is ready to take action.
This November’s election is drawing much attention as government leaders and American citizens grow increasingly unhappy with current political leaders. Many political experts believe that this midterm election has the possibility to drastically change the landscape of the country. Political Action Committee (PAC) End Citizens United is already working hard to support candidates with a proven history of rejecting big-donor money and for supporting measures that will stop illegal campaign finance activities. Formed in 2015 in an effort to combat the landmark Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission (FEC), End Citizens United is committed to overturning that Supreme Court decision while pushing its platform of campaign finance reform.
The PAC has already released a list of officially endorsed candidates. Many of these candidates are in the hunt to upset Republican incumbents, leading to high stakes in the political arena. A few of the candidates that End Citizens United has put their support behind include:
BETO O’ROURKE: Representing Texas’ 16 Congressional District, Beto O’Rourke has proven himself as a loyal supporter of campaign finance reform as one of just six House representative to turn away PAC contributions over his six years in office. O’Rourke has an uphill battle this November, going up against incumbent Senator Ted Cruz.
Randy Bryce Although still a tough road to hoe, the path to a spot as Representative of Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District was made a little easier for Randy Bryce when the longtime representative, Paul Ryan, announced that he was retiring so that he can spend more time with his young family. Bryce’s campaign is off to a good start, with campaign contributions that outpaced Ryan’s during the first three months of 2018.
JACKY ROSEN: Like O’Rourke, Rosen is looking to upset a venerable United States Senator. As the current representative for Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District, Rosen has extensive experience in high-level politics. Rosen is now setting her sights even higher, looking to upset incumbent Senator Dean Heller, a politician with an extensive and disturbing history of being influenced by various special interest groups.
There are just a few of the candidates that End Citizens United is recommending that its supporters get behind as the nation closes in on what could be a monumental and momentum-shifting election.
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