End Citizens United Has Revolutionalized Campaign-Finance Laws

End Citizens United is an organization that was started on March 1st, 2015. The organization was initiated by a lawyer, Mr. James Bopp from Terre Haute. His idea to launch the group began during a case referred to as Citizens United v. FEC. The case had an impact on the federal law campaigns and primarily on matters concerning finances.

Mr. James Bopp is 68 years old, and he has made a tremendous step in reforming the political arena. He gets most of the financial support from regular citizens at grass root levels. He has a good reputation when it comes to law, and today most people view him as a legend who have changed the campaign-finance laws.

The End Citizen United is responsible for endorsing various key leaders in the government and appointive positions. The company was mainly started to counter the disastrous effects of the organization Citizen United, an organization that does not fight for the right of the majority. End Citizen United has and is the key to building a broad coalition working towards financing necessary reforms and pressuring key lawmakers to take legit useful actions. The organization operates as a traditional political action committee, and it does not allow donations of more than 5,000 dollars from one member.

The primary organization mission is to end the use of financial muscles in politics as well as fixing the rigged political system that supports campaign finance reform champions. It also aims at elevating matters regarding political manipulation in the national conversation. The use of money, or commonly known as money in politics has substantially undermined the will of the majority in the United States. In most cases, money in politics is usually unlimited and undisclosed. The organization has promised to promote legit candidates and expose them to highly influential activists and over 360, 000 political donors spread across the country. The donors have raised millions to support candidates such as Jon Ossoff’s and New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan.

Additionally, according to information published by USA TODAY, the organization has collected more than 4 million dollars in few months. End Citizen United aims to raise more than 35 million dollars ahead of the congress election expected to be held in the mid-2018. It will endorse most qualified candidates, who have the will of people at heart. Within the first quarter of the year, the organization has been able to receive contributions from over 100, 000 new members of whom, 40, 000 were new donors. The president of the organization speculates that the organization will continue to expand and grow with time. The group has vowed to continue bringing sanity into the political system through supporting visionary leaders.