Daniel Richards drove from Tomahawk to Rhinelander this weekend to learn more about the group.
Richards said he was tired of yelling at the T.V. screen and wanted to get information first hand.
"Corporations aren't people, they may represent a group of people, but each of those individual people have the right to their own vote," said Richards.
Richards said when corporations have the right to back candidates it puts too much money into politicians hands.
Wisconsin United to Amend says it wants politicians to work for all people and not the corporations that give them the most money.