George Soros’ Incredible Philanthropic Work

George Soros is among the most influential people in the world. Mr. Soros is known for his affiliation with several activities such as politics and business. He is associated with Democratic politics and funds numerous political campaigns against conservatives. He had stopped donating to political causes for a while after giving $27 million in 2004 to campaign against George Bush. However, George Soros has come back to continue his work in politics. He gave over $25 million to support Hillary Clinton’s campaign and candidates who are for democratic causes. According to an article; George Soros rises again, Soros is expected to donate more money for the forthcoming elections more so because he is among the wealthiest men in the world. George is also among the best hedge fund managers on a global scale. On top of that, Soros is a famous philanthropist and learn more about George Soros.

George Soros had scheduled to attend a Democratic convention for Clinton’s sake but canceled to take care of business. George and Clinton have known each other for long having a 25-year old political relationship. It was supposed to be his first Democratic meeting. However, Soros is also back to his trading activities, and he felt the need to have a close look at Europe’s economic situation. Most people who know Mr. Soros at a personal level said that the man is engaging more in politics than he has been in the previous years. His work was motivated by the fear of Donald Trump emerging the president-elect. Soros supports Clinton because he believes she is the right person for the job. He has accused Donald Trump of doing the work of ISIS by inciting fear. Michael Vachon, the political adviser of Mr. Soros, stated that George has been consistent in Democratic activities funding and read full article.

George Soros is initially from Hungary, born in a place called Budapest. Soros came from a Jewish family who eventually transformed to Christianity during the Nazi period. In 1947, George moved to England and joined the London School of Economics. At the time, he worked two jobs, as a waiter as well as a railway porter. In 1951, George Soros received a Bachelor of Science, and three years later he earned his Master of Science. After school, George struggled with finding a job and eventually got one working in a bank. Since then, he has been involved with several massive investments that brought the most significant profits worldwide. George is also a renowned philanthropist for more than 50 years. He started donating money to the University of Cape Town’s black students in South Africa. Soros has funded almost $ 4 billion to promote democratization. Most of Soros philanthropic works are inspired by the childhood experience he had and is dedicated to stopping discrimination and Follow him Twitter.com.

END CITIZENS UNITED: DEMOCRATS OUTCRY TO UNITED CITIZENS CAMPAIGN FINANCE

End United Citizens (ECU) continues to endorse candidates in a bid to oppose the Supreme Court decision that opened doors allowing undisclosed and unlimited spending in elections. The first round of House endorsements for the 2018 cycle includes 19 champions of campaign finance reform across 11 states.

 

The Political Action Committee is reforming the campaign finance system by funding candidates to elevate the campaign as a critical campaign issue with the first round of endorsements looking to connect those candidates with 3 million grassroots donors. By the 2018 elections, it wants to elect a majority in the House of Representatives to end the Big Money influence attempting to highjack the democracy of the United States. The Big Money and its corroding influence continues to call the shots in Washington despite President Trump’s promise to ‘drain the swamp’ in his first 100 days.

 

Now, everyday Americans across the country are combining their efforts to fight back and end the United Citizens campaign funding by electing a wave of reformers who are committed to ending the rigged system in Washington by getting the Big Money out of politics.

 

In its bid to drive the big money out of politics, it is raising its funds as a traditional PAC and cannot accept donations larger than $5,000 from an individual donor. It was the 4th largest federal PAC in

the 2016 cycle with more than 3 million members and 330,000 donors with an average contribution of $14.

 

Progressively, the organization has announced that it has collected more than $4 million during the first three months of this year on a $12 average contribution from 100,000 donors, 40,000 of which are new donors and projects it will raise $35 million ahead of the 2018 midterm elections for Congress, which is a significant increase from the funds it took in its first election cycle in operation.

 

The increase in funding will allow ECU to scale up its resources as it heads for the 2018 midterms. It is continually highlighting the broad appeal for meaningful campaign finance reform. In addition to supporting End Citizens United, ECU members’ are helping elect a reformer in Georgia’s 6th district special election donating over $825,000, with an average contribution of $14.

 

ECU ran paid media for Ossoff and worked with local and national media to help promote Ossoff’s progressive message. The End Citizens United continues to expand working towards the reform of campaign finance system.