End Citizens United Supports Progressive Candidates Refusing Corporate PAC Money

Many Democratic candidates across the United States are refusing to accept campaign donations from any corporate PAC. This refusal, which includes everyone from the Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Conor Lamb, who is closer to the center, has fast become a litmus test for progressivism this election cycle. When a political candidate makes this pledge it excites their base and shows them that they aren’t the lapdogs of corporate interests.

End Citizens United is a PAC which supports the Democratic candidates who make this pledge. They say that voters across the nation are very angry with the status quo as well as special interests and wealthy individuals having a bigger voice than anyone. This PAC says that this problem is worse than ever and largely caused by the Supreme Court ruling that opened the floodgates to endless spending by corporations and the 1 percent. They are fighting to get sensible laws passed that will restore sanity to what these special interests can spend on a political campaign.

To date, 185 Democratic candidates have made this pledge to refuse corporate PAC money. This pledge is partly credited with Connor Lamb winning his upset election earlier this year. In New York City, Ocasio-Cortez had made this pledge and that is partially why she was able to beat the incumbent, Joe Crowley, who was accepting money from corporate PACs. End Citizens United has endorsed both of these candidates.

The communication director for End Citizens United is Adam Bozzi. He said that most candidates are not getting the bulk of their money from corporate PACS but still matters to reject that money because in a tight campaign every dollar counts. He said the message is important, though, that the candidate is saying that if they get to Congress they will put their constituents interests first.

End Citizens United was established in the wake of the 2010 Supreme Court ruling that lets people and corporations spend as much as they want on politics. They support pro-reform candidates who pledge they will support tougher campaign finance laws. It is time to put an end to U.S. elections being bought is their main message.

A Look At How Clayton Huston Has Worked Behind The Scenes In The Music Industry

Clayton Huston is an event production manager who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. He has also been an event producer as well as a rigger for many musical acts over the years. He is said to be very passionate about what he does for a living who also takes safety very seriously. Over the course of his career he has worked on every facet of putting on a concert such as driving equipment trucks as well as handling lighting and audio duties. Today he spends most of his time while on tour doing things like serving behind the console, marking the floor for where equipment should be placed, and otherwise doing whatever it takes for a concert to be a resounding success.

Over the past 20 years Clayton Huston has worked with many artists of different stripes. He has been chosen as the production manager for some of musics biggest acts, such as Prince, Alice in Chains, Pink, Guns n’ Roses, and The Smashing Pumpkins among others. He once even served as the production manager for the televangelist Billy Graham.

Clayton Huston has also performed work as a monitor engineer. Some of the people he has worked with in this capacity are Garbage, Velvet Revolver, Kelly Clarkson, Backstreet Boys, Boston, Gwen Stefani, and others.

As a tour rigger Clayton Hudson has worked with Velvet Revolver, Boston, Alice in Chains, Stand, and Marilyn Manson. Among the arenas he has rigged are the Opryland Convention Center, Bridgestone Arena, Saginaw Civic Center, and the Palace of Auburn Hills. Learn more: https://www.clayhutson.com

It was in the state of Michigan that Clayton Huston was born and raised. He attended Central Michigan University where he graduated with degrees in theatre design and technical production. Later on he went to the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan where he got his masters in business management.

One of Clayton Hudson’s career highlights was the helping the Organising Committee for the Rio 2016 Olympics and Paralympics Games. He was a technical consultant for these Olympics, which were held in Brazil, over the course of almost two and a half years. His experienced handling the technical aspects of holding a live event were highly prized by those who sought out his advice on how best to approach matters.