This election cycle has been concerning many Republicans as Democrats continue to take the seats in areas that had previously been controlled by the GOP. Voters just aren’t happy with the way that things are going under Republican control and are looking for a way to change things. End Citizens United is excited about the movement and supports the grassroots campaigns led by candidates that are full of charisma and new ideas for the future of the United States.

While interesting, it isn’t that surprising that Ted Cruz is coming close to being ousted by Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke. Though winning the seat isn’t too big of a deal in the big picture, End Citizens United is excited about the potential boost that the Democratic party would experience by the win. Small wins like this could mean a lot in the long run and can indicate greater change overall. See more of End Citizens United on facebook

According to End Citizens United, big money just has too big of an influence on politics in the United States. While politics are supposed to be for the American people, they are swaying towards taking the interest of big business before the average citizen. This is unacceptable and something must be done to curb the problem before it becomes too late to fix. End Citizens United wants to reform election rules to make them fair for every candidate and the rest of the American people. Politicians should not be putting the interest of those who provide large amounts of money to their campaigns to come before the needs of the millions in the United States.

While a win by Beto O’Rourke isn’t a sure thing, his chances keep rising with each poll that is taken. End Citizens United believes that people are just fed up with Ted Cruz’s politics and don’t think he actually has their best interests at heart when he makes political decisions. The polls conducted by PAC are not the only ones showing that O’Rourke is closing in on Ted Cruz. When the University of Texas conducted their own it showed that the margin between the 2 candidates may be even smaller.

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