— End Citizens United (@StopBigMoney) October 31, 2018
End Citizens United has spent the past three or four years working to develop their grassroots foundation in order to try and bring real change to the political environment of the United States of America. Their core goal is to help promote legislators who are willing to stand up for campaign finance reform. Specifically, End Citizens United is hoping that they can help support politicians who will work to overturn the 2010 Supreme Court decision surrounding Citizens United which led to dark money flooding into Washington DC. With so many politicians getting money from special interests, this is a tough task that will take a lot of work and a lot of moving parts to accomplish. In order to help facilitate this change, ECU has endorsed Molly Kelly in her race for governor of New Hampshire.
Molly Kelly is a prominent Democrat from New Hampshire and she has already gone on record as being willing to champion campaign finance reform. Specifically, Kelly has already refused and rejected corporate donors from her political campaign. In doing so, Kelly is setting herself up in direct contrast with her Republican opponent, Chris Sununu. Sununu, the current governor of New Hampshire, is beholden to special interests and, according to Kelly and End Citizens United, cannot perform his duty to his constituents. With an energized End Citizens United behind Molly Kelly, there is hope that Kelly will be able to take the governor’s seat away from incumbent Sununu. Follow the group on facebook.com
Molly Kelly took to the airwaves in response to her endorsement from End Citizens United in order to further cement herself as the polar opposite of the current governor. Kelly implied that Sununu was just more of Donald Trump’s policies and interests in dark money. She continued to echo her attack on Sununu by claiming that he is completely beholden to special interests, a stance which can be proven by Sununu’s refusal to reject corporate money. With ECU behind Kelly, there is a chance that there could be a changing of the guard in New Hampshire but we won’t know for sure until the 2018 Midterm Elections get underway across the country.