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HJ0008 Committee Hearing is Scheduled

To read about the Senate version, SJ008, click here

The House Corporations, Elections and Local Government Committee has posted its agenda for its meetings on Tuesday. Our proposed resolution, HJ0008 “Free and Fair Elections,” is listed for hearing at the committee meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 8:00 a.m.

However, the agenda for the 8:00 a.m. meeting also includes several other bills (listed ahead of ours) that are likely to generate much discussion and debate too: HB0106 “Party affiliation changes” and HB0192 “Voter fraud prevention”. We think therefore there is a pretty good chance that HJ0008 may have to be held over until the noon meeting of the committee. If you are in Cheyenne on Tuesday, it would be good to have a *respectful* group of supporters on hand to show support for our bill; but understand that the hearing room may be full of people wanting to be heard on those other measures too.

House, House Corporations, Elections and Local Government Committee

(click names for each legislator’s wyoleg.gov page)

Tyler Lindholm, Chair (Crook) – Important
Jim Blackburn (Laramie) – Important
Aaron Clausen (Converse) – Important
Scott Clem (Campbell)
Andrea Clifford (Fremont)
Shelly Duncan (Goshen/Platte) (bill co-sponsor)
Roy Edwards (Campbell)
Danny Eyre (Uinta) – Important
Dan Furphy (Albany) (bill co-sponsor)

Reps. Furphy and Duncan are co-sponsors of HJ0008; if they are your representatives, please contact them to thank them for their support.

If any of the other Representatives on this list is your representative, please contact them immediately to urge them to vote yes when this bill comes up next Tuesday.

You can find phone numbers and email contact information for your Representatives at this link: https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislators/2019/H. And again, please be polite and brief.

You can also get contact info from our site here.

Here is the link to the language of HJ008: https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2019/HJ0008

If you’re feeling short on words, we have some talking points under the resources tab of our website, https://wyomingpromise.org/more-information/.

Feel free to share this post with your friends, neighbors, and the people in your life who want to restore democracy in Wyoming – the best way to keep in touch is still to sign up to volunteer on our website. Thanks so much for your time and effort. All the best to you moving forward, and stay strong!

–Shelby Shadwell, Wyoming Promise Treasurer

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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.


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P.O. Box 511
Laramie, WY 82073