End Citizens United Rejects Corporate PAC Money

End Citizens United (ECU) was formed in 2015 to fight against political financing group in the United States. The group is in operation to reverse the decision of Supreme Court. The court had allowed the wealthy and distinct interest groups to use finances on elections which meant that the money could be limitless thus anyone could buy U.S election.

End Citizens United (ECU) validated Kirsten Gillibrand as the senator of United States. The validation corresponds with her statement of declining any financial support from PAC including LLP and LLCs PACS, trade association PACS or any law firm associated with income entities. Kristen choice to reject the money is growing method in the country where the candidates are vowing to decline corporate PAC money. In this trend, 17 candidates have been endorsed by ECU and have pledged to refuse any money from PAC.

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Kirsten Gillibrand is focused to ensure the people from New York are being heard in Washington. In her career days, Kirsten worked diligently so as to help and serve her society in every capacity as an attorney. Kirsten inaugurated her first candidature to be a participant of assembly. She was selected on an assurance of transforming ethnics and she continued to work ensuring the government is clearly open and it is serving their people well. She was among the first assembly member to disclose her personal finances, to request her constituent remarks online and to post her formal schedule daily. She affirms that they are democratic people who will reform the 2017 Act according to fec.gov. She is determined to end gerrymandering and to increase more participation from voters and to strengthen political system transparency. As an outspoken senator, Kristen has headed the toughest battles in Washington. She was the chairperson of the armed service board on personnel and the senate armed service board. For almost 40 years, Senator Gillibrand is among the first senators in New York senators to join the committee of Senate. He also takes part in Senate Aging board and public works board.

The End Citizen United determines to unite Gillibrand’s movement with its 265,000 participants in New York and motivate 400,000 proletarian and to include nationwide donors to make sure she gets enough capitals to win. For her to win 2018 midterm elections, the proletarian is estimated to raise roughly $35 million as an average of $14 donation from thousands of Americans every day. End Citizen United commended Senator Cory Booker for also deciding to decline PAC money. Cory Booker is among the number of growing candidates who are rejecting the financial help. His decision to reject shows his leadership in fighting the selfish system that is abandoning a lot of Americans behind. Tiffany Muller the ECU president is excited about working with Senator Booker in reforming the broken system in order to give democracy a voice. ECU is a driven organization committed to giving all the American families an opportunity to be heard.

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Betsy DeVos Sworn In As Sec. Of Education

Betsy DeVos was recently sworn in as Secretary of Education of the Trump Administration. Before her nomination, she was on the forefront of education in the state of Michigan for several years. She is also the wife of billionaire businessman and philanthropist Richard Dick DeVos. She has also served as National Chairwoman of the Republican Party for over 12 years.


The former Betsy Prince, was born to Edgar and Elsa Prince. Her father was a billionaire industrialist who founded the Prince Corporation. Her brother, Erik, is the founder and CEO of Blackwater USA.


Prince has always been outspoken in her political beliefs. While in college, she was heavily involved in campus politics and educational initiatives to help children. After graduating from Calvin College with a degree in economics, she began involving herself in local politics.


DeVos married into one of the wealthiest families in the U.S. She and her husband have been married for over 30 years and have four children and five grandchildren. Many people applaud DeVos for her behind the scenes work with the Republican Party. She has been one of the most successful fundraisers, having personally raised over $250,000 for George W. Bush’s reelection campaign in 2004.


DeVos is a huge supporter of the voucher program and school choice. She has been open in her feelings regarding families having the choice to decide where their children attend school. DeVos served as president of the Alliance For School Choice. She and her husband tried numerous times to get the school choice initiative on the ballot. When she finally did, it was voted down. DeVos and her husband also established annual scholarships to help children who want to attend college but cannot afford it.


When Trump began looking for a Secretary of Education to replace the outgoing Phil Rosenfelt, DeVos’ name was at the top of the list. She received high praise from Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney. After her confirmation hearing, which began on Jan. 17, 2017, she was confirmed on Feb. 2, 2017. DeVos says she will run the Department of Education with the same thirst for providing a sound education for all that she did in Michigan.


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