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End Citizen United Reforms in the Campaign Finance Systems

End Citizen United was set as a movement with the aim of pushing the reforms for the campaign finance system. The organization made a tremendous contribution of $4 million in the year 2017, and it has raised its target beyond the bar with the aim of collecting more than $35 million by 2018. The amount that was raised was to finance the election of the Congress that was to be carried out in the year 2018. The money that is set to be collected by the organization is approximated to break the record that has been earlier contributed by the Political Action Committee (PAC).

The previous amount that was raised by the group of the Political Action Committee (PAC) in the year 2016 was $25 million. The organization has put in place all the required measures that will make the goals of collecting the set amount flow along the line of expectation. The information that was sourced from the genuine sources indicates that more than 100,000 people were part of the amount that was raised in the year 2016 by Political Action Committee (PAC). A lot of individuals has come forward to make their contribution to the group. The records indicate that the End Citizen United made a significant amount of contribution of 500,000 to fund the Democrat candidate in Georgia. The primary purpose of raising the money was to push the agenda of the Jon Ossoff during his campaign period. The organization raised a significant amount of $4 million.

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The group’s name ‘End Citizen United’ was taken after the move of the Supreme Court in the year 2010 Citizens. The decision by the Supreme Court made a go ahead run for the organization to raise its money through the various institutes that were willing to make donations. The primary aim of the contribution is to fund the various campaigns for the candidates. The earliest groups that were set up to make the collection of the money that is supposed to be used to run the campaigns are is among the PAC. This then made a good start up for the other organization such at the End Citizen United. End Citizen United was not bound to any limiting factor in the collection of its money. Additionally, the team has extended its boundaries to being part of the campaign-finance organization which is recognized in the United States. Within the group, there is condition that restricts the contributing members to $5,000 or less. The organization was in the first row in carrying out the campaigns to convince the various senators who were the beneficiaries of the Devos’ fund to vote Betsy Devos. The founder of the group is James Bopp who is a lawyer that is based in Indiana.