Get Out the Vote, Wyoming

A lot happened in Cheyenne this year during the biennial budget session – and not just debate on the dollars and cents of the state's budget and the once-in-a-decade redistricting process.

Lawmakers debated not just one, but two bills that would force people to carry pregnancies against their will. They debated a bill that would censor classroom discussions about American history, race, and gender in our state's classrooms. They debated a bill that would ban transgender women and girls from competing on sports teams that match their gender identity.

That these bills were even introduced during the budget session is disappointing. Bills like these need ample time for citizen engagement and debate – not swift action because lawmakers' time in Cheyenne is limited.

And unless something changes, we're going to see more of the same in 2023. If you're upset about trans rights, reproductive rights, and racial justice coming under attack, we need you to stand up, take action, and fight to protect these rights.

That's why it's vital we get ready for the November 2022 midterm elections.

Every eligible Wyoming voter has the ability to protect the civil rights and civil liberties of their friends and neighbors – just by showing up to vote. Will you commit to vote your values in support of civil rights and civil liberties? Will you ask three friends to register and vote? Join us as we work to get out the vote in Wyoming.

Your vote is your voice. And in a year like 2022, which has shown just how much change is needed, it's something we can't afford to overlook.

Together, we can ensure our lawmakers protect our freedoms and defend our constitutional rights and make Wyoming a more equitable place for everyone. Will you commit to voting in the 2022 Election?