The End the Gridlock Political Action Committee was formed in 2012 to advocate for the once-common idea that as Americans, more unites us than divides us.
The nation we love faces challenges that require our leaders to put aside their differences, roll up their sleeves and work together to solve problems. Yet even as citizens cry out for more consensus, our political system is increasingly held hostage by narrowly focused special interests.
We say: Enough.
End the Gridlock will focus on high-impact political races that can dramatically improve both Congress and our political culture. We believe the 2012 Nebraska U.S. Senate race represents one such opportunity: Bob Kerrey is an independent voice who will bring leadership and common sense back to the Senate.
Thank you for your interest in End the Gridlock. If you have questions or comments, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited. End the Gridlock is registered with the Federal Election Commission as an independent Expenditure-Only committee. Accordingly, we may accept unlimited contributions from individuals, corporations, and other organizations. Contributions from foreign nationals, federal-government contractors, or nationally chartered banks or corporations will not be accepted.
Your contribution is not subject to FEC limits. End the Gridlock’s spending is independent, and it does not make contributions to, or coordinate its spending with, any candidates or political parties. Contributions to End the Gridlock are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
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End the Gridlock is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.