End Citizen United Fight against Corporate PAC Money

End Citizens United is an organization which was started in 2015 in Washington D.C with the aim of fighting for the rights of the common citizen. Its major focus is to ensure that there is transparency in the judicial systems. It also revisits laws passed by the supreme courts to endorse corporations that enrich themselves at the expense of the less fortunate.

End Citizens United has endorsed candidates who are against Corporate PAC money. Corporate PAC money aims at controlling the ideas of the voters denying them the chance to make both political and financial decisions. It also aims to allocate more money to the elite group while making the average citizen poorer.

During campaigns periods, the interested candidates have been receiving a vast amount of money from corporations and therefore denying voters their constitutional rights. The supreme courts have also made it possible for these corporations to channel billions of cash in funding political campaigns. End Citizens United has always refuted the Supreme Court decision, and it has managed to effect some positive legislative changes which aim in giving the common citizen more power in decision making. Follow the group on facebook.com

According to the End Citizens United, the body is determined to put more power in the hands of the people by achieving the following.

  1. a) Carrying out a nationwide campaign to educate citizens on the importance of having more power in their hands. By doing this, a huge amount of money channeled in campaign programs will be reduced.
  1. b) Electing candidates who are honest and hardworking. Such candidates raise their campaign money from private voters, therefore, building more confidence and integrity.
  1. c) Organizing mobilization programs where the problem of using more money in politics is addressed. In this, voters need to be enlightened on how to spend big amounts of money in politics and which affects the taxpayers. It is also in regard as to the way it destabilizes the economy of the country.
  1. d) The End citizens United is also working with the Ballot measure providers to ensure there are changes in the electoral systems in all the states. By changing the electoral systems, candidates will not be allowed to receive Corporate PAC money, and therefore corporate interests will not outweigh the interests of the citizens.

In conclusion, in every state, more power should be vested in the hand of citizens for developments to be manifested. If more money is left in the hands of few people, nation crisis emerges and hinders the national development. The organization ensures there is recorded progress in the country, and the citizens have more power.

Read more: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2017/12/05/democratic-pac-end-citizens-united-names-big-money-20-targets-2018/918680001/ 


If You Want 110%, You Want Andrea McWilliams On Your Team

Andrea McWilliams, co-founder of McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultants with her husband Dean, is known for her incredibly meticulous attention to detail. Because of her work ethic and political knowledge, she became a Chief of Staff at the young age of 21 and honed her skills in the political arena before sharpening her greassroots skills in the private sector with the well-known public relations company, Public Strategies, Inc. Now Andrea McWilliams puts her skills at combining grace, grit, and persistence to work in the lobbying company she and her husband Dean began together. The McWilliams company quickly rose to the top to become a respected alliance. She is also a well-known national political commentator.

Andrea is a well-known philanthropist, and not just in her home town of Austin, Texas where she grew up mere steps from the Capitol Building above her fathers burger joint on Congress. She has volunteered considerable time and has been named to the “All-Stars” of Austin Fortune 500 list many times. A cancer-survivor herself, Andrea McWilliams has represented the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, among others; and was an honorary chairperson for the Mamma Jamma Ride, raising thousands of dollars for the non-profits in the area who serve the thousands of Central Texans currently battling breast cancer. Mrs. McWilliams shared her story of breast cancer survival while pregnant with Austin Woman Magazine, bringing hope and courage to thousands of women in Central Texas

She also serves a number of other non-profits, volunteering her time with such foundations as the Mexi-Arte Museum, Ballet Austin, Austin Children in Crisis, and the Marathon Kids gala, which promotes healthy living for children. Andrea McWilliams is a name trusted at the local, state, and national levels and commits 110% to every projected she is involved whether it’s political fund-raising, an Art Gala, or supporting a non-profit organization.