There are so many things in life that are worthy of our time, but few can compare to the importance of what the passionate people behind End Citizens United (ECU) are doing.
Sure, there are more people out there experiencing the same wind-bent experience as the activists behind ECU, but not many sustain their passion and advocacy. Not ECU.
In this article, we will recap an article from Los Angeles Times of what the people behind the political activist group has been doing lately.
Coal baron Robert Murray gave $300,000 to Trump’s inauguration and wrote up a wishlist of environmental rollbacks he wanted to see from the Trump administration. A year in and they’ve completed or are on track to fulfill most of the 14 detailed requests. https://t.co/wn02ysIa8N
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) January 10, 2018
The Next Move
It is shown in the Los Angeles Times article that the political action committee ECU is now planning to spend more millions in their budget to push the democratic causes of their group.
The mission of ECU is to end the influence of big money in whatever it is that the Republicans who vote for Citizens United want. It is also the mission of ECU to make sure that all people have equal voice in how the democratic elections in the country are run.
Right now the target of ECU is to make sure that it is able to monitor Rep. Mimi Walters and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Rep. Darrell Issa as part of their targets. It is the vision of ECU to get these people not to win so there’s more speed in getting the results of their goals. For more info about us: http://fightforreform.org/ click here.
It may also be necessary to say here that for the next year’s watchlist, it will be the move of ECU to make sure that these people will not compromise the electoral results.
The California Representation
It is not a story to be read in bed, but you may like to know that End Citizens United wishes to make sure that California gets the right representation that it deserves. With its attention to make sure that there will no longer be corrupted funds in California, there will come a time that ECU will be completely successful in its national goals.
In fact, End Citizens United Executive Director Tiffany Mullers said that she is hopeful that later on, California will no longer be at the helm of the influence of wealthy people who hold significant power with their money.
It may be of extra interest to you to know that the political action committee End Citizens United is one of the most active groups today in the United States who are trying to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court Decision in 2010 involving Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. It is the hope of the organization to make sure that there are established deregulatory limits in expenditure and budget on the donors. There should no longer be a way for these big money groups to make use of their money to influence the turn out of elections.