“Jesse 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 Jesse and look forward to his victory in November.”
Colvin has pledged to refuse any campaign contributions from corporate PACs. In contrast, his opponent, Andy Harris, receives hundreds of thousands of dollars from corporate special interest groups. In 2018, FEC filings show Harris has received over $360,000 from corporate PACs, whereas Jesse has taken none.
Read more in the full press release here.