SJ008 "Do Pass" 4 to 1

“Senate Minerals committee voted within the hour on a 4 -1 ‘DO PASS’ for SJ008, ‘Free and Fair Elections’, to call on Congress to submit an Amendment to get dark money out of politics for ratification by the states! The resolution should go on general file in the morning with a possible vote on Senate floor next week.

HJ008, which calls on Congress [...]

SJ008 Resolution Committee Re-assignment

“The Senate version of our new resolution, SJ008, has today been re-assigned to the Senate Minerals Committee. There is no longer any need to contact members of the Senate Corporations Committee. We have been in touch with members of the Senate Minerals Committee already, and it looks like we have a chance to get this passed. For that reason, we are asking that you do [...]

HJ008 Assigned, SJ008 Introduced and Assigned

“This morning HJ008, which calls on Congress to propose the 28th Amendment, was assigned to the House Corporations, Elections and Local Government Committee. This afternoon, another resolution, coincidentally called SJ008, was introduced in the Senate with Sen. Jeff Wasserburger as prime sponsor and Sen. Chris Rothfuss as co-sponsor. SJ008 is identical to HJ008, so both resolutions will now proceed on separate tracks. The Legislative Service Office will step [...]

HJ008 Introduced in the House!

“Things continue to evolve quickly. After the defeat of SJ0002 in the Senate Minerals committee yesterday, a new resolution has now been introduced in the Wyoming House of Representatives.

SJ0002 failed to pass committee because several Senators who support the 28th Amendment were uncomfortable asking for a limited convention of states to propose that amendment pursuant to Article V of the U.S. [...]

SJ002 Did Not Leave Committee

"Our effort had a bit of a setback at the Senate Minerals, Business and Economic Development Committee meeting today, but we remain optimistic that our Plan B can and will still win the day.

Here’s what happened

SJ002 was introduced last week in the Senate and assigned to the Minerals Committee. We were very excited to learn Monday night that it had been scheduled for a hearing [...]

The Movement Continues

We announced at the end of November that we’d gathered 20,255 petition signatures. These signatures from currently registered Wyoming voters are part of a citizens’ initiative to formally call for a 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution promoting free and fair elections.

Although the signatures demonstrate widespread voter support, the number of signatures did not meet the State’s threshold of 38,818 valid signatures [...]

Thanks for a Successful Event in Sheridan!

In case you weren’t able to catch our live discussion panel with former Senator Al Simpson at Sheridan College, here is the video in full. As an added convenience this link skips ahead to 12:18 in the video which is when the panel actually [...]

Thanks for a Successful Event in Cody

We want to thank everyone who made the recent panel with former Senator Al Simpson, Ken Chestek, Chair of Wyoming Promise, and Rod Morrison (sitting in for Jeff Clements, President of American Promise) a huge success. If you missed the event, it was recorded and live streamed from our Facebook page, and you can find the April 24th, 2018 Read more...


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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