End Citizens United is endorsing Senator Elizabeth Warren in her bid for reelection. End Citizens United is an organization that has as its goal the cancellation of Citizens United, which is a Supreme Court decision. End Citizens United feels that it leads to unscrupulous campaign finance tactics. Elizabeth Warren has also fought against Citizens United. Tiffany Muller is the president of End Citizens United. She said that Warren has spent her entire career standing up against special interests and for the American people. Warren is a strong advocate for better campaign finance laws. She works hard for every American family. She works against the system in Washington.
Warren herself was very vocal about her opposition to Citizens United. She said that it allows a few extremely rich people to flood campaigns with election donations. They can then use their clout with elected politicians by getting their secret agendas passed. These agendas benefit their own business, but all too often, it is the little people who get left out. Warren says that it is time that every citizen gets a say in our democracy. We can not let a few rich people to hire hundreds of lobbyists to get what they want done. She said that she felt honored to have received the endorsement of End Citizens United and she looks forwards to working with them to end Citizens United. Warren has always been a voice for more transparency and disclosure when it comes to election finances. That is why Wall Street does not like her. End Citizens United will help her get elected by calling on its base of over ten thousand concerned citizens to help her get elected by donating to her campaign and by voting for her on election day.
End Citizens United is also raising funds for its fight for election reform. They are set to raise over thirty five million dollars before the midterm elections next year. That is around ten million dollars more than what they raised during the presidential election during last year.
During the first quarter of this year, they already collected more than four million dollars. Over one hundred thousand people donated to them. Forty thousand people made their first donation. The average donation was only twelve dollars.