We’re fighting to restore the voices of Wyoming.

We’re advocating for a 28th amendment to the United States Constitution to overturn the 2010 United States Supreme Court decision Citizens United v. FEC, and thereby create space for national and state-level campaign finance reform.  Our elected officials at every level of government should work for Wyoming, and not for their wealthy donors.

We’re gathering 39,000 signatures of registered Wyoming voters by October 2018 to place Free and Fair Elections, a citizen’s initiative, on the 2020 ballot to call for the 28th Amendment.

How We Win – Together!

We inspire and support cross-partisan efforts of all Wyomingites who are committed to a 28th Amendment: We the People – not money, not super PACs, not corporations – govern Wyoming and the United States.

Sign the Petition

We need 39,000 signatures by Oct 31st. Join thousands of Wyoming voters in every county putting pen to paper.

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Do you want to help make the 28th Amendment a reality? Every Wyomingite has a local role to play in this wave of action.

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We’re working to get candidates and elected officials at all levels of government to say on the record they support getting dark money out of politics.

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Real Support. Real People. Real Action.

“The Wyoming Constitution guarantees equal rights to “members of the human race.” Corporations are not people, and therefore should not have any right to spend an unlimited glut of money to influence our elections. We must get this “dark money” out of our political system by amending our Constitution to declare that corporations are not people and money is not speech. Join us – there is work to do!”

—Alan K. Simpson, Former U.S. Senator, Wyoming (1979-1997)