People’s Review: LIVE! What happened in Cheyenne?

April 9, 2021 Powerful grassroots momentum helped garner broad, historic support for a number of important bills at this year’s legislative session, including a bill to expand Medicaid eligibility and one to repeal the death penalty in the state. Next week, policy experts and advocates from the ACLU of Wyoming, the Wyoming Outdoor Council, the Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and …

Our 2020 Impact Report Is Here!

When all of us here at ESPC paused recently to take stock of what your support accomplished for the people of Wyoming in 2020—a year filled with challenges—we were truly blown away. I hope you’ll read our inaugural impact report and feel as proud as we are of what you helped us achieve for Wyoming! I also hope you’ll stay …

The Integrity of Wyoming’s Elections

February 18, 2021 The February People’s Review: LIVE! digs into the conversation about election integrity that’s happening across our state. We want to make sure that you have the information and the tools to talk about this with your friends, family—and your elected officials. First, we can’t say this enough times: Thank your county clerk! These public servants are the …

The Persistent Myth of “Voter Fraud”

February 1, 2021 Wyoming’s Secretary of State, Ed Buchanan, called the 2020 election “nearly flawless.” He said that when it comes to election security, Wyoming “sets a benchmark to which all other states aspire.” Wyoming sets a benchmark to which all other states aspire. Ed Buchanan, Wyoming Secretary of State Yet the dangerous myth of voter fraud persists—even here. As …

The Fragility of Democracy & What You Can Do to Protect It

January 31, 2021 Thank you to everyone who signed our joint statement condemning the January 6 insurrection in Washington, D.C., and demanding transparency and accountability for those who incited, abetted, and participated in the attack. The insurrection attempt and violent attack on our nation’s capitol was fomented in large part by lies and disinformation about so-called widespread “voter fraud”—fraud that did …

Wyoming Groups Call for Transparency and Accountability in the Aftermath of the Attack on the Capitol

January 17, 2021 Last week, horrified Americans watched as a violent assault was staged in our nation’s capital, putting the lives of our elected leaders and other public servants in danger, and disrupting a constitutionally mandated meeting of Congress to advance the peaceful transfer of presidential power. Here in Wyoming, we watched the shocking footage and share in the sentiment …