Albany County Meeting!

The Albany County team for Wyoming Promise, reporting for duty! This is just part of the team that will soon be taking to the streets to demand a 28th Amendment to declare that corporations are not people, and money is not speech.  

The momentum is building!

I just got back from a weekend of meeting with volunteers in Park County (Cody/Powell), Sublette County (Pinedale/Big Piney), and Sweetwater County (Rock Springs/Green River). Petitions have been delivered, along with a supply of t-shirts, literature and clipboards (see picture below). An additional meeting of volunteers is scheduled tonight for Albany County.

If you want to schedule a volunteer organizational meeting for your county, [...]

People’s Town Hall in Laramie

Last Thursday, we attended the People’s Town Hall in Laramie to inform folks of our efforts and collect signatures. We are very grateful for all of those who signed our petitions, bringing us nearly 40 signatures closer to our needed 38,816!

We have our first two signatures on our petition!

This morning, Shelby Shadwell and Ken Chestek, two of the Committee of Applicants for our petition to support Free and Fair Elections, took delivery of five boxes of official petitions. They became the first two signatures on our petition; only 38,816 left to go!

Look for our volunteers all over the state this summer as we move toward getting Wyoming to become the 20th state to call for [...]

Wyoming Promise Laramie County Meeting

Thanks to these great Wyomingites of Laramie County rising up to organize for free and fair elections and a 28th Amendment to get corrupting and unaccountable money our of our elections! You are all heroic citizens! Join these fine volunteers by meeting up in your county too.

June 16th, 2017

Citizens' Initiative Begins Officially in Wyoming

Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Secretary of State has given final certification to a new citizens’ initiative seeking to get unaccountable money out of politics.

A recently-formed citizens group called Wyoming Promise fears that corporate and special interests have captured Congress and other legislative bodies through large campaign contributions, and wants to do [...]

Join us for a kickoff event in Jackson

Jackson, WY – Do members of Congress truly represent the views of their constituents today? Or are they more likely to listen to the wishes of the large corporations and wealthy donors who provide most of the funding for their re-election campaigns?

A recently-formed citizens group called Wyoming Promise fears that corporate and special [...]

Check out this article from Wolf-PAC's National Director

Last week Alison Hartson, Co-National Director with Wolf-PAC, penned an editorial for The Young Turks that addresses both the need for Americans to come together around campaign finance reform and the misconception that a "runaway convention" could take place at a constitutional convention to pass the 28th Amendment.

Check out the article here. 

Wyoming Promise Initiative Conditionally Certified

As of this morning, Wyoming Promise submitted to the Wyoming Secretary of State our final proposed language for a citizens’ initiative that we hope to get approved for the November 2018 ballot. Within a few hours after we submitted our final language, the Wyoming Secretary of State gave us his conditional certification of our petition. [...]


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.


Wyoming Promise
P.O. Box 511
Laramie, WY 82073