End Citizens United Against Dark Money

James “Trey” Trainor, Trump’s pick for FEC, is obsessed with allowing wealthy contributors unlimited freedoms. Following the announcement of Trump’s decision, a reaction was only a matter of time.

“Trey Trainor, who has been described as a ‘mega advocate’ for deregulating our campaign finance system and an outspoken defender of secretive, ‘dark money,’ is the latest sign that the President was never serious about ending the influence of Big Money and special interest in Washington.”

This is Tiffany Muller, president of the End Citizens United Super PAC and the latest to take a stand on corporate and wealthy control of American Elections.

End Citizen’s United is a Super Pac thrust into the forefront during the 2016 Election, it’s first, campaigning from the start against the buying of elections. The organization promises to bring “campaign-finance reform champions” to congress. It succeeded right out the gate with $25 Million dollars raised, a remarkable step in a long, but worthwhile fight.

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The name of the PAC comes from a 2010 Supreme Court decision ruling in favor of union and corporate donations, weighing the scales against fair and just elections. In response End Citizens United made a promise, to never accept any contribution exceeding $5,000 dollars from a single individual or group. For anyone else this would be a handicap, but this didn’t come even close to being an issue.

Success against “mega advocates” like James “Trey” Trainor has been forthcoming. With an average average contribution of 12$, End Citizens United has raised over $4 Million dollars in its fight for representation of all Americans, and this only in the first three months of the year. President Tiffany Muller explains that those who support the PAC “Feel like the system is rigged against them, where those who can write the biggest checks get the biggest say. This is their way of fighting back” End Citizen’s United is expected to accumulate a daring $35,000,000 by the 2018 Midterm Elections, soon enough to make a difference and building off previous success.

On the proposal of Trainor to FEC President Muller had this to say.
“‘A full and functioning FEC is a vital organ in our democracy and ensures the integrity of our elections. President Trump should take his responsibility seriously and appoint members who will enforce the law and fight for transparency.” With the support of this current and still rising support of American freedom of representation, “Dark Money” will continue to operate under scrutiny, diligence, and the sound leadership of End Citizens United.

Andrea McWilliams: Lobbyist and Political Fundraiser Extraordinaire

Andrea McWilliams is one of the most talented political fundraisers in the country. Many refer to her as being a combination of gracefully gritty and patiently persuasive. She is renowned for bringing her unique style to any issue she lobbying. She’s been featured on several national media outlets because of her political fundraising strategies.

During her career, Andrea McWilliams has been acknowledged by and received awards and titles from dozens of organizations. The Texas Women’s Chamber of Commerce called her “distinguished, powerful, and political.” Even the Girl Scouts of Central Texas awarded McWilliams with the Woman of Distinction Award.

By the time Andrea McWilliams was 21, she was working for Public Strategies, Inc. She spent years honing her private sector grassroots skills. After the leaving the company, she decided to go out on her own. Along with her husband, Dean, she co-founded McWilliams. McWilliams quickly become a nationally distinguished governmental affairs consultant firm.

Andrea is known all over Texas. She’s been a part of the Texas community her entire life. Born and raised near the Texas Capitol, Texas is her home. She now lives in Old Enfield with her husband and three children. Andrea fights so hard for her political issues for the future of her children.

Aside from being a mother and wife, Andrea’s a well-known community volunteer. Her philanthropic endeavors always start close to home. On many occasions, too many to count, Andrea McWilliams has been named an All-Star of Austin American-Statesman Fortunate 500 list. She also serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations.

Another big passion of Andrea’s is fighting to cure cancer. She’s represented Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and KillCancer. She’s also a chair member of Mamma Jamma Ride.