FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

TO: Interested Parties

DATE: September 26, 2018

Contact: Madison Kaigh, (726) 999-0176 (madison@kopserforcongress.com)

 

End Citizens United Endorses Joseph Kopser for Congress in TX-21

 

(San Antonio, TX) — Today, End Citizens United announced their support for Joseph Kopser, a combat veteran, entrepreneur, and candidate for Congress in Texas’ 21st Congressional District.

ECU is dedicated to ending the corrosive influence of money in politics and fighting for campaign finance reform.

“Joseph is dedicated to stemming the flow of special interest money into elections that’s undermining our democracy,” said ECU President Tiffany Muller. “He believes that government must work for real people first and foremost, not mega donors and special interests, and that it should never have a price tag. We’re proud to endorse Joseph and look forward to his victory in November.”

Joseph Kopser added:

“This campaign is about ending the divisiveness that’s infected our politics and bringing calm to the chaos of DC. Eliminating the power of special interests and getting big money out of the system is a key step in that process. That’s why I’m proud to be endorsed by End Citizens United, and grateful for their work to end the cronyism and hyper-partisanship in Washington.”

“Our grassroots movement is powered by nearly 7,500 donors, over 80% of whom have given in small amounts. We’re focusing on this district, visiting all ten counties of TX-21 to establish new expectations of transparency and accessibility.”

Read more about ECU’s endorsement of Kopser here.

Background:

Joseph Kopser is a 20-year Army veteran, technology entrepreneur, husband and father of three daughters, and Democratic nominee for Congress in TX-21. His candidacy is driven by concern for the future of our country and the path Washington leadership is taking. He is building a new coalition of voters who believe the values, priorities, and expectations of Texas’ 21st congressional district will serve as a model of service and representation for Texas and the United States.

 

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