End Citizens United: Fighting For The Freedom Of Political Candidates

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In 2010 there was a major Supreme Court decision to change the way that political candidates compete on the local and national stages. The case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission became very controversial because it extended many of the First Amendment rights that are experienced by individuals in the United States to businesses … Continue reading End Citizens United: Fighting For The Freedom Of Political Candidates

Cory Booker And Kirsten Gillibrand Ride End Citizens United Bandwagon

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There seems to be a turning of the tide in the country’s political arena. Democrats are turning down support from PAC’s as never before. They now seem to be taking the moral high ground pushed by End Citizens United and seizing the opportunity to ride the crest of reform in electoral campaign contributions. However, there … Continue reading Cory Booker And Kirsten Gillibrand Ride End Citizens United Bandwagon

End Citizens United Projects a Total Collection of $35 Million By 2018

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A grassroots’ Political Action Committee, End Citizen United is committed to bringing reforms in the campaign finance system in the United States, and also stand against Citizen United. The name of the group arose from the Citizen United’s decision made by the Supreme Court in 2010 allowing donations from unions and corporate to fund candidate … Continue reading End Citizens United Projects a Total Collection of $35 Million By 2018