Several Republican senators have been targetted by the End Citizens United Group in upcoming elections. A recent organized committee geared towards overthrowing Citizens United has plans to spend several million dollars in 2018 in order to support finance reform and campaign adjustment for Democrats. Multiple targets have been announced including the republicans Mimi Walters, Duncan Hunter, Dana Rohrabacher and Darrell Issa. These are four of the noted candidates who are the most vulnerable according to the California House of Representatives.
There are al ot of opporunities in California when it comes to End Citizens United (ECU). The executive director of this organization, Tiffany Muller has explained her interest in supporting ongoing efforts and improving the way that campaign fund usage is analyzed and documented. Some key concerns have been brought up with regards to the noted Republican officials based on their recent election campaign fundraising initiatives. For example, telecommunication companies have donated significantly to Issa. Meanwhile, there was a great deal of potential misuse based on the investigation of Hunter.
Originally established in 2015, End Citizens United focuses on maximizing the positive results and aspects of fund allocation throughout the political process. More than twenty five point five million dollars were spent in the election process from two years ago. The group hopes to expand their focus in years to come with an emphasis on the way that independent voters are targetted and assessed in the election process.
The Federal Election Commission has been responsible for raising awareness about this group as well. More than eleven million dollars have been reported by this organization at the end of October. Leaders of the group have further declined when discussing the amount of money that is potentially going to be spent in the California districts based on future projections.
There are a lot of opportunities related to End Citizens United. They have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in service for the people. In 2015, changes to the national law in the United States have created an environment where election processes can be purchased or manipulated based on large scale donations that can take place from untraceable sources. Both parties have stood up in arms about these problems and the subsequent inaccurate reporting that political figures have been accused of. Several notable Democrats have voiced their concern for this in the Democratic party, while Republicans have only put forth minimal information and efforts about the issue.
With considerable interest and more funding it is clear that the problem of inaccuracy in election process as well as the way that politicians can report their funding sources have made a bit difference in the way that donations have been made and continue to be recorded on a national level.
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