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What End Citizens United Wants In The End

We can always look at the wind of politics and realize that there is a way the people want to see their countries ran. One of the biggest obstacles to seeing this happen is the influence of big money in politics. We have corporations deciding what is best for the American people and that simply isn’t conducive to giving the American people what they want. One of the best ways to make sure of this is to give the new wave of progressive candidates the help they need to properly establish themselves and create a better landscape for Democracy overall. The last few years haven’t been good for the left, but this seems to be a very promising turn of events.

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You can clearly look at the work of End Citizens United and realize that this is a PAC with a clear goal. We are in a situation where need to see leaders that are better able to handle the problems that affect us. This isn’t going to be an easy thing to do. There has to be an effort put forward to take back power from corporations. The only way to do this is to put politicians into office that will best serve our interests and disregard big money. That is the key way to making sure we are finally able to get somewhere with the fight against things like Citizens United according to Currently, Congress is dominated by Republicans and they aren’t going to let the current way of doing things go away. They are trying their best to make sure our current system continues to favor corporations and puts the interests of Americans on the back burner. This isn’t going to change until we demand that the system change.

So far, it seems that End Citizens United is raising enough money to give to the potential candidates out there that might need help. If things continue to go the way they are, we’re going to undo the damage that recent political shifts have done. This PAC has generated millions of dollars and shifted it towards politicians that desperately need it. This move is going to be a big one and it’s certain to affect the way politics goes for a long time. We haven’t seen this much enthusiasm for the left since 2006. The energy certainly bodes well for those who want to take big money out of American politics.


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