A country’s political system determines its economy and operations. From commodity price fluctuations to the education system, it is essential for every citizen to positively contribute towards the selection process of a working, committed government. Towards this end, the Supreme Court ruled for a political group that aims in aiding voting processes in America. This happened in 2010 when End Citizens United was established. The organization operates on a technique that allows people to contribute any amount of money towards an election.
With the idea that corporations are people, billionaires contribute towards this initiative in massive numbers. Recently, the political committee announced its huge contribution towards getting the democrats elected in the recent elections. End Citizen United, a driven political committee, committed to driving a lot of funds from politics, announced its massive contribution towards democrat’s election.
This is report following a release by the USA TODAY. The amount was a respective surge compared to the $25 million PAC garnered in the 2016 election. Approximately 100,000 individuals contributed to the PAC first annual; quarter with 40,000 of the people making their first contributions. According to Tiffany Muller, president, and director of PAC, the objective of the group is electing campaign finance for a reformed championship in congress. Muller further explained that the standard contribution received in the recent year was $12.
The donors, therefore, felt that the system rigged them. They also felt that decisions were made by the wealthiest who contributed much to the group. Adding to the movement, democrats were furious at Trump’s victory. They were prepared to fight his agenda and nominees. Over the recent weeks following elections, the group has assisted its supporters to contribute at least $500,000 towards the congressional campaign of Jon Ossoff. He is a first-time political candidate hailing from Georgia. At the age of 30, Mr. Ossoff’s political career has seen him contributing over $4 million towards career establishment.
Muller, a former deputy director in politics, explained that the political group is still monitoring and evaluating the political races to be held in 2018. He also indicated that the evaluation would play a significant role in defending democrats and senates in Ohio. End Citizens United refers to the decision of the Supreme Court in 2010 to open doors to a union corporate donation channel for political candidates. The role of the committee is helping to launch elections and mobilize voters. The group attracts super PACs, to raise and spend a lot of money towards politics. End Citizens United works as a conventional PAC as it cannot accept contributions larger than $5,000 from a single donor.