End Citizens United Gains Momentum for the Midterm

In 2010, the supreme court modified the rules for political campaigning which allowed billionaires to influence elections by providing campaign donations. The ruling which allowed such actions to take place is referred to as Citizens united. In response, a grassroots effort started in 2016 by the name of End Citizen’s United, and it is funded mostly by donors contributing small amounts of money.


According to this article published on 19 April 2017 by an admin for The French Tribune, the average donation from an individual to End Citizen’s United is around $12. However, the group has been successful in raising over $4 million to fight political corruption in the 2018 midterm elections. With over 400,000 donors, End Citizens United is on its way to reach their goal of $35 million.


End Citizens United’s goal is to weed out politicians in Washington who protect corporate interests over the interests of the country. The Democrats’ loss in the 2016 election has been a sobering realization of the country’s direction, and many angry voters have been fighting back the only ways they know how.


The organization has been rallying around a few key politicians. One of them is Democrat John Ossof, who is running in the June 20th Special Election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, who currently leads a company which investigates political corruption and organized crime. They also plan to support Senators Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Jon Tester of Montana in the 2018 election. Brown has been an opponent against Citizen’s United for months, claiming that superPACs have tarnished the integrity of the country’s democracy through illegal and corrupt activities. Tester has consistently battled irresponsible decision-making in Washington throughout his career.


This article by Fredreka Schouten of USA Today also confirms that End Citizens United is well on its way to raising the money needed to get more democrats elected in congress in the upcoming midterm election cycle. Many of the group’s donors “feel like the system is rigged against them, where those who write the biggest checks get the biggest say.”


End Citizens United spokesman Adam Bozzi has said that they have built closer relations with campaign-finance watchdogs who emphasize grassroots political activism over collecting political cash. His organization along with two dozen other groups have been tough on Republican senators who have received campaign contributions from donors such as Donald Trump’s Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and her wealthy family.


In the wake of the 2016 Presidential Election, Democrats are deeply unhappy with Donald Trump’s win and his agendas. With the help of its donors, End Citizens United will continue to fight against big money in politics.



George Soros Rises Again

The billionaire philanthropist George Soros has given more than $25 million to back up his support for Hilary Clinton and other causes for the Democratic candidates. The investor billionaire, who has closed his political ambitions after bankrolling the Democrats with more than $25 million, has emerged as the leading funder of the Democratic politics. According to research, he is leading boogeyman conservative. According to the Forbes Magazine, he was the largest donor of the 2016 presidential elections in the United States.

George Soros has committed or donated more than $27 million to boost other Democratic candidates including presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton. According to the Federal Electoral Commission and the Democrats fundraising operatives, this amount may be higher than the stated. For this reason, he came out as the largest donor for the 2016 elections. While the election days are nearing, the expect George Soros to give more to his political associated than ever.

The 85-year-old George Soros is based in New York. He had a previous plan to attend the opening presidential speech ceremony for Hillary Clinton. However, he never attended due to unavoidable circumstances. When he was asked, he said that there was an economic situation in Britain which required his attention. For more than 25 ears, he has had a close relationship with Hillary Clinton. Moreover, their personal relationship and basic living and governing ideologies have led him to work together through these election and campaign period. George Soros is determined to have Hilary seated at the White House. George Soros has had an active involvement in economic trade against the risky environment where he gathered his fortune.

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As a matter of fact, the people close to George Soros say that he is more actively involved in the recent political elections more than any other year. In the past, George Soros was just a political activist. However, he has been motivated by a better world in which Hillary Clinton was president. For this reason, he never wants a chance for Donald Trump to lead this powerful nation in the world. George Soros has accused Donald Trump of doing the work of ISIS. According to George Soros, Donald Trump is a selfish racist running for the presidential campaign in America.

Michael Vashon, George Soros political advisor, has consistently activated missions of a political campaign for the Democrats under the direction of George Soros. However, this year’s political stakes are too high for everything to carry their correct course. They were still high before Trump was nominated to carry the Republicans’ flag for the American presidency. According to George Soros, most of the issues he cares about are violated by Donald Trump. For many years, he has worked to supports the ideas of a better world in which everyone has an equal share in the environment. However, Donald Trump lives for less. He lives in a divided nation.

Therefore, George Soros has committed more money to the presidential campaigns to beat him out of power. This is one of the best signs for Hilary to win. Soros has potentially given all to back up Hillary Clinton.

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