End Citizen United Front a Bold Move to Lawfully Repeal Dark Money Spending in National Elections

A new political action committee, End Citizens United, gathered over $2 million from small donors with an aim to raise $30 million for the entire U.S. 2016 Democratic Party candidates’ campaign cycle, according to communications director Richard Carbo.

 

The group’s goal is to have a constitutional amendment to repeal the Supreme Court’s decision, which gave rise to huge PACs in 2010 and opened up an opportunity for dark money into American politics. End Citizens United has seen more than 325,000 people sign their petition demanding the Senate to pass the controversial law. They hope to increase the numbers as the group partnered with “Ready for Hillary” and utilized their email list totaling four million people – a significant boost for its liberal supporters.

 

End Citizens United also endorsed 11 Democratic candidates, including Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet, and former Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold. Carbo said his group is unlike others because they want to work with individuals committed to addressing the constitution amendment bill by getting the right people elected who could change the existing laws. The group also plans to create a mechanical spending arm to financially back the selected candidates through polling, television ads, and direct emails.

 

The End Citizens United’s aim of passing a constitutional amendment to topple the 2010 Supreme Court verdict is being met with some cynicism by campaign experts. A constitutional amendment must gain consent from two-thirds of the Senate and the House, and be approved by three-quarters of national states. Rick Hasen, a law professor, political scientists, and campaign finance expert at Irvine School of Law, UC, said that the easiest way of having the law changed, was getting a new Supreme Court judge who could swing the court’s balance.

 

Hasen further argued that End Citizens United serve a purpose in public awareness of the Supreme Court’s stand and keeps political pressure on the Supreme Court and political players not to worsen things. Carbo argued that $25-$30 million is a serious ad buy that could, in fact, impact a competitive congressional race.

 

About End Citizen United

 

End Citizen United was established in March 1st, 2015, as a Political Action Committee financed by grassroots supporters. They are devoted to opposing the catastrophic effects of Citizens United and restructuring the campaign finance structure.

 

They aim to prove to elected candidates, voters, and the press that the grassroots will vehemently fight the rising shamelessness of wealthy folks trying to buy elections. They hope that building a broad coalition towards campaign finance reforms will put pressure on lawmakers to act accordingly.

 

The group has since received 136,000 donations from grassroots support with an average $15 donation. They are based in Washington D.C and have five staff members: Senior adviser Valerie Martin, a former Sen. McCaskill 2006 campaigner, and Reed Adamson, who managed a 2012 victory for Illinois Rep. Brad Schneider.

 

The Life and Career of Tammy Mazzocco

The housing market across the United States has been experiencing ups and downs since the year 2005. However, the Ohio House market experienced one of its busiest years last year. This came at a time when the trends are usually down because of the bad weather. The market recorded sales totaling 151, 600 and this represented a 7.5 percent increase in sales from the year 2015. This is according to a report released by the Ohio Association of Realtors. Some key players in the market acknowledged that the year was quite remarkable. The 2016 figures were up by 2.8 percent compared to 2015 figures in December.

The report also said that the United States has a house supply of three and a half months. However, this is a small figure as the market requires a supply of six months to fully satisfy the demand. According to the same experts, records are not good this year as they have been threatened by increasing mortgage rates. One such expert is Tammy Mazzocco and is based in the state of Ohio. Previously, she has worked with Mike Zelnik, one of the most remarkable real estate agents in the United States.

Tammy has also worked for the Scotland Yard Condominiums for seven years. She got this opportunity after being suggested by Keen Cook. After she left the Condominiums, she began working with the T&R Properties and spent some considerable time with this firm. She became licensed in the year 1998. Other firms that Tammy Mazzocco has worked with include Judy Gang & Associates. She plies her trade in one of the following counties found in Ohio; Fairfield, Delaware Franklin, and Licking counties.

Among the things that Tammy believes in is research, brainstorming and writing business plans for her ideas. The one habit that makes her more productive is setting goals and establishing means to achieve them.

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