Ending Citizens United

     End Citizens United is a political organization based in the United States with the goal of regulating spending both for and against specific candidates. End Citizens United is a kind of task force started in March of 2015, functioning during the 2016 election season with a budget of $25 million. It is the goal of End Citizens United to ratify a constitutional amendment that reverses the Supreme Court decision which endorses candidates that do not take large campaign contributions since they feel there needs to be a contribution limit. A super PAC is a type of independent panel that is currently allowed to raise unlimited sums of money for political campaigns in any party.

It is the goal of End Citizens United to ratify the constitution, as well as combat large political funding groups that contribute too much money endorsing specific candidates. End Citizens United also wants to make sure that pro-campaign reform politicians are elected into office. August 2015 was the official launch date of End Citizens United, when they raised $2 million to support their cause, working also to take in $25 million to $30 million in funds raised. Republicans can agree somewhat that election spending is out of control but they will not vote for any spending control measures.

This battle is met with some skepticism by the opposition, campaign finance experts. No constitutional amendments have been passed since 1992, with increasing party lines being drawn in Washington. End Citizens United is not necessarily backing Republicans however, since many are not champions for campaign funding reform. End Citizens United is about a group of conscientious people wanting to change the system as it is now. Independents in particular, feel that reducing campaign spending is as hot a topic as terrorism and job creation. End Citizens United wants to make sure that campaign finance reform happens in the near future with other election processes.

It would seem that PAC contributes 99% to Democrats and 0% to Republicans, the grand total campaign contribution funds amount being $416,000. They have $0 as of December 31st 2017. There were many politicians last year that favored special interests over their constituents.

Please read https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/04/how-to-reverse-citizens-united/471504/.