How End Citizens United Is Approaching Politics In The Era Of Trump

A frank discussion regarding the state of government in the United States cannot be had without recognizing how much has changed since 2010. What happened in 2010? Well, that was the year that James Bopp and the conservative thinktank Citizens United succeeded in upending America at the highest level of our government. There’s more to the story and definitely more to the resistance so let us dig in.

Before we get to 2010 we have to go back a little bit further to 2008. In 2008 James Bopp appeared before the FEC in order to argue for allowing ‘Hillary: The Movie’ to air via on-demand television services at the same time that the 2008 Democratic Primaries were underway. The goal was simple: to smear Clinton with a 90 minute attack ad that circumvented campaign rules and restrictions. Bopp knew what he was doing. Still, the lawyer failed in this undertaking but he would return in 2010 for the pivotal case we cited in our introduction.

Citizens United is a conservative group that asked the government, essentially, to stop putting so many rules on how much money billionaires and special interests could flood into the government. For a wonder the Supreme Court relented. This directly resulted in untold billions of dollars over the past eight years flooding into the American government. The government no longer works for the people. It works for the billions that flood into the pockets of politicians around the country.

Fortunately all is not lost and fortunately people are starting to realize that there is a path to resistance. End Citizens United was established with the sole goal of undoing the 2010 Supreme Court decision. There have been many political action groups created since 2010 but none of them have come as close to being as effective as End Citizens United.

End Citizens United is spearheaded by Tiffany Muller but backed by the entire Democratic party. Still, despite being founded by progressives the benefits that End Citizens United could bring would help everyone in the country and, by proxy, the rest of the world. End Citizens United wants to put power back into the hands of every day Americans who go to the voting booths in order to make their voice heard. End Citizens United doesn’t believe that billion dollar corporations should be able to buy their own personal politicians.

In order for End Citizens United to find success they will have to endorse and help elect progressive officials who believe in stripping the Citizens United decision. As a result, End Citizens United has been working hard to raise funds in order to back politicians. They’ve already raised $4 million of their $35 million goal and the year is just beginning.

The Powerful Political Lobbyist, Andrea McWilliams

Politics is an area in every nation’s economy with a broad platform for employment. Other than just a place infested with politicians, it has other job opportunities directly or indirectly linked to it. The political arena of any nation is, therefore, one of the most crucial economic pillars. Hence, people like Andrea McWilliams stand to benefit from the political arena of this country.

Andrea McWilliams is a recognized lobbyist and political fundraiser. She is the founder of McWilliams Governmental Affairs Consultants and has made a name for herself due to her strategic skills and precise way of giving keen attention to details. She is graceful, patient, and persuasive, which work excellently for her profession.

Andrea McWilliams at the age of 21 became the Chief of Staff presenting her unique skills at a wider public platform. Together with her husband, Dean, she runs a full-service of consultancy on legislative matters. The firm, through an alliance and combination of their experience and talents, has grown strong to gain the trust and commitment at the local, state, and national level.

Other than that, Andrea McWilliams lobbied in the 81st Legislative Session that passed 100 million dollars in incentives aimed at making Texas the most advanced and clean coal power plant globally. Also, she was involved in an outside the Chamber role of saving 3 billion dollars for cancer research.

Andrea McWilliams is a renowned and distinguished national political commentator. As a result, her constant efforts have not gone unrecognized as she has been a proud recipient of several awards including; the 2016 Texas Businesswoman of the Year Finalist Award, Profile in Power, and Woman of Distinction Award.

Moreover, Andrea McWilliams is known for being philanthropic and a community volunteer. She has occasionally been named on the All-Stars of Austin American-Statesman Fortunate 500 list and as well, holds numerous humanitarian positions in some non-profit organizations. She is tenacious and devoted, making her the best at what she does.