Tiffany Muller is the current president and Executive Director of End Citizens United a political action committee and grassroots funded political organization in the United States of America. She is a vocal advocate of the elimination of corporate financing in American politics. Tiffany Muller has extensive experience as a politician and has helped serve as part of the Democratic Senatorial campaign committee and has worked as Chief of Staff for two members of the Democratic Senate.
In 2015 she helped to organize the grassroots political organization End Citizens United in the aftermath of 2010 Supreme Court decision that allowed corporations to donate unlimited amounts of funds to political campaigns. Since originally founding the organization she has helped grow it to greater than 3 million individuals with over 250,000 members in the state of New York alone. During the 2018 midterm election cycle End Citizens United promises to generate revenues of $35 million in order to support political candidates who have taken a public vow against accepting corporate special interest group donations.
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Tiffany Muller has recently stated that Congresswoman Claudia Tenney is part of the problem of big money in politics. While Claudia Tenney originally ran on a platform that spoke out against corruption in the American political system, it is the belief of Tiffany Muller that she does not stand behind her words. Since being elected to Congress, Claudia Tenney has been the recipient of lavish campaign contributions from both the telecom industry and Wall Street. She has since gone on to vote on several key issues in support of corporate interests. During the course of her career, she has received over $100,000 from the finance industry and has been one of the members of Congress voting against the legislation that was put in place after the financial crisis of 2008.
Tiffany Muller believes that this is a clear sign that Claudia Tenney is much more interested in protecting the mega-donors which of finance to political campaigns then ending the predatory practices of large banks in New York. In fact, just recently she voted in favor of a Republican tax bill that will in effect increase the total profits that banks are experiencing while also cutting taxes for her mega-donors. Not only will mega-donors be paying less in taxes nearly half of all Americans in the state of New York will be paying additional taxes.
Claudia Tenney ran in support of net neutrality during her election however once in office she voted in favor of corporate interests. This is a clear indication that Claudia Tenney is willing to do and say what she needs to in order to remain in office but is only remaining loyal to corporate special interest groups in her mega-donors.
Find more about End Citizens United: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/04/how-to-reverse-citizens-united/471504/