Category Archives: Political Activities

End Citizens United

Founded in 2015, End Citizens United campaigns for politicians in opposition to the Supreme Court’s decisions regarding corporate contributions. It aims to reverse this ruling through a constitutional amendment. As the 2018 race commences, the political action committee (PAC), End Citizens United, officially endorsed Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s 2018 reelection bid. Whitehouse is renowned for being an active opponent of the Supreme Court’s decision. In his 2017 book, “Captured: The Corporate Infiltration of American Democracy”, he called for transparency in spending and political donations. In 2016, the PAC spent over $15 million in Senate and House races to help elect 15 congressional members.


Recently, Whitehouse criticized Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch about the sources of his nomination funds. Amidst this controversy, End Citizens United managed to collect upwards of $4 million in contributions. End Citizen United expects to raise $35 million for the midterm Congressional elections, a significant increase compared to 2016. An average donation received by the PAC in 2017 is $12. According to the committee’s leader Tiffany Muller, the objective of the exercise is to champion reforms on the financing of political campaigns.


Increased levels of discontent within the Democratic Party regarding President Trump’s policies and nominees has led to an increase in the group’s momentum and recruitment activities. The group’s $4 million contributions to the campaign of the Democratic Party’ candidate Jon Ossoff surprised many political pundits. It is expected that the group will play a significant role in the reelection campaigns of candidates in 2018. Presently, the group is heavily involved in lobbying for influence in the reformation of the Supreme Court’s decision. In its pursuit of this goal, the organization in 2016 collaborated with the Hilary Clinton campaign. The group has an email list of 4 million individuals, facilitating dialogue, coordination, and contributions between members and potential supporters.


End Citizens United references the Supreme Courts 2010 Citizens United decision allowing union and corporate donations during elections. Operating as a traditional PAC, the group caps contributions at $5,000. In 2016, the group ranked among the top Democratic Party’s contributors. Although it is not the only PAC focused on the reformation of campaign finance, End Citizens United is unique in its commitment to campaign reforms. It hopes to achieve its goal by supporting the election of campaign reform favorable candidates.


Whitehouse is expected to contest against two Republican candidates: Coventry state representative Robert Nardolilo or former state Justice Robert Flanders. Nardolilo will announce his candidature on May 15. To facilitate the collection of 330,000 donors and 160,00 members across the nation, the groups made its endorsement known early in the cycle. Its spokesperson, Adam Bozzi, said the group had formed ties with various election financing organizations in support of its endorsed candidates.


Andrea McWilliams Always Steps Up to the Plate in Just the Nick of Time:

Anyone observing the political style of Andrea McWilliams notices that McWilliams is quite aware that timing is everything: particularly, in the political arena. Perhaps, the preceding reason is why Andrea McWilliams s has earned such a commendable reputation, as a skilled analyst and political adviser. What makes her advice so fundamentally significant is that Andrea McWilliams takes the time to properly observe what is going on within the political arena. She effectively weighs the political health of any given situation. This is Andrea’s calling card: in way of an idiom. When she has observed what is happening; and reviewed her client’s objectives, she is ready to render advice.

The organizational skill of Ms. McWilliams receives a great deal of attention. She is effective in “getting her name out,” within the political environment. She has been positively reported by several well-known news agencies. The reporting comes by way of Andrea McWilliams’s achievements, in raising funds, politically, and other worthwhile political activities. In example, McWilliams, has been reported by the household news station: FOX News. She has also been reported, upon, by other equally known television stations–as to her political achievements and activities. The highly prestigious business newspaper: ‘The Wall Street Journal’, has provided reporting of Andrea McWilliams’s political activities, on behalf of her clients: all of it good.

It appears, Ms. McWilliams, has a very good sense as to timing. The preceding talent is essential to persons providing political services to influential clients. She knows when to “step up to the plate” and when to back away a bit–there is something, suffice it to say, very admirable about such an attribute.