What is End Citizens United?
End Citizens United, which was created in March of 2015, has one goal and one goal only: to overturn a 2010 Supreme Court decision. In 2010, with Citizens United v F.E.C., the Supreme Court further established that corporations are people. The result of the case was a shake up of the American election process. It made possible for rich people and corporate entities to donate near endless amounts of money to the politician of their choice.
End Citizens United wants to remove Big Money from politics and return the power to the common citizen.
Big Money 20
To accomplish this goal, End Citizens United created the Big Money 20 campaign.
The Big Money 20 campaign specifically targets dozens of Republican candidates that have admitted to or are well known to accept big donations from corporations. The targets of Big Money 20 all have one thing in common: they have put the priorities of companies before the needs of the common citizen.
Some of the people being targeted by End Citizens United and Big Money 20 are Paul Ryan; Wisconsin, Ted Cruz; Texas, Mimi Walters; California, Mike Coffman; Colorado, and Rod Blum; Iowa.
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Who is Tiffany Muller?
Tiffany Muller is the President and Executive Director of Big Money 20 Campaign and End Citizens United. Prior to joining End Citizens United, Tiffany was well known for her ability to follow through with her ambitious goals as part of left wing grassroots organizations.
Tiffany Muller has worked with Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee as its Deputy Political Director. She has also worked as chief of staff for two Congressmen.
She attended Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas where she received an undergraduate degree. She then transferred to University of Maryland to earn her Masters. After college, back in Kansas, she became the first openly gay public office holder in the state. She served as a member of Topeka’s City Council.
Check more about End Citizens United: https://www.vogue.com/article/senator-kirsten-gillibrand-end-citizens-united-stops-accepting-corporate-pac-donations