Coffee and Cake in Cheyenne!

Monday, February 24, 9:00 – 10:00 am

WO53 off Connector, Wyoming State Capitol Building in Cheyenne



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 campaign finance reforms at the national and state-levels.

After gathering over 20,000 valid signatures in support of this effort, Wyoming Promise is urged the Wyoming Legislature to act in January and February 2019. Today we continue to work towards positive solutions.

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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 unions, not corporations, govern Wyoming and the United States.


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

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From this grass-roots organization to the state legislature, we’re working to get 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…We must get this ‘dark money’ out of our political system … join us – there is work to do!”

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

Mike Sullivan

“It seems to me it is something like being in front of a stampede.  If we don’t do something about it, we individuals will have no power or voice to be heard and just get trampled.”

—Mike Sullivan, Former Wyoming Governor (1987-1995) and U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (1998-2001)