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Wolf PAC Washington is an all-volunteer organization. Wolf PAC has a handful of national employees, over a thousand concerned citizens have signed on in Washington state are doing it because we want a government that represents us and a better country for all, not just big money and special interest groups.

We have legislation active now, SJM8000. The bill asks Congress to propose an amendment to the US Constitution to limit campaign contributions from artificial entities, and should they fail to act, our bill joins other states in a call to convention on campaign finance reform under Article V. ALSO, to alleviate runaway concerns, Washington's convention call is rescinded should the convention go off topic. Delegates cannot have served as members of the US Congress. Read the full text of the bill Here.

Please join us in helping pass this vital piece of legislaton to help restore our democrtic republic!

YOU CAN HELP! Set up meetings with and talk to your three legislators, get to know them, tell them that the issue of big money and ending the campaign industrial complex is important to you and why. Ask them to please support SJM8000. Having trouble getting a meeting with them? Go to their party meetings, town halls and fundraisers!

  1. Find your Legislative District: Use the district finder, or comment in support of the bill here.

  2. Call and/or e-mail each of your three legislators, tell them to please help pass SJM8000. Tell them campaign finance reform is very important to you, we all have our own stories as to why.

  3. Join us on Discord!

If you have any questions, contact us at washington@wolf-pac.com , we're happy to help!

Wolf PAC Volunteers at the Olympia Capital

SJM8002 in Seattle Weekly · Seattle Times Letter to the Editor


Rep. Laurie Jinkins, House Floor (2016)

Rep. (now Senator) Sam Hunt (D) 2016 House floor

Rep. Magendanz (R) 2016 House floor

Rep. Reykdal (D) 2016 House floor


On runaway concerns:

The following should alleviate runaway concerns, though if there's something we failed to address, please let us know.

  • Article V allows for a convention to propose amendments, nothing more.  There is no danger to the existing constitution using this process.

  • There are at least four ways a convention would be limited:

    • The convention is still bound by the American Justice system, so courts would bring to heel any attempts to widen its scope

    • In calling the convention, Congress would pass legislation stating that a convention is going to take place in “this city,” on “these dates,” and “on this topic.”

    • States have the authority to recall, replace and even prosecute delegates who don't stay on topic

    • Anything proposed still needs to be ratified by 75% of the states. -That means it would have to have broad, cross-partisan support.

  • The call to convention and text of the bill is specific in its topic and selection of delegates, they cannot have served in congress and state legislators choose them. Over 700 bills have been passed of this nature, but because none of them were on the same topic, a convention has never been called. It would not be "open-ended". The Department of Justice itself has come to this conclusion (http://wawolfpac.org/DoJonArticleV.pdf).
  • A convention of the states has not occurred because Congress has stepped up before the threshold was reached, it is likely this is what will happen, but it took calls to convention just like this one to get them to act. The concerns you have about a convention are addressing power that our corrupt and ineffective US congress has NOW
  • The "runaway" 1787 convention is not precedent for a convention of the states as no one was bound by the constitution at that time, it didn't exist. There have been dozens of other conventions that are better precedent, both ratification conventions for previous amendments and state constitutional conventions.

Follow the money:  "Opening up the constitution" is a phrase coined and perpetuated by the John Birch Society, which was founded by the father of the Koch Brothers.  Our other notable opponent is democrat leaning lobbyist-dependent organizations like Common Cause.  Most of their funding comes from big money like George Soros and goes to lobbyists.  While they claim it is their prime goal, Common Cause has been ineffective in instituting significant campaign finance reform in the 48 years they've existed. 

The Article V Convention process is our only constitutional check on an unresponsive Congress and Supreme Court. Our founders intended for the States to be co-equal with Congress in proposing amendments to our Constitution, and called them to do it. We cannot risk undermining this fundamental balance of power by handing over exclusive power to Congress when democracy is at stake. 

To attack the process of an Article V convention is to attack the Constitution itself. This prospect destabilizes the foundation of our democratic republic. This is why we encourage everyone to debate Article V Convention applications based on the merits of the subject matter of the application alone.

And let’s remember: Democrats have held both chambers in Congress without fixing this issue; Republicans have held both chambers in Congress without fixing this issue.

Wolf PAC Washington is working to address the corrupting influence of money in politics by using the most potent tool we have to hold our federal government accountable to we the people once again, this has never been more urgent

  • Friends and loved ones are being sent overseas to suffer or die for the oil interests and military industrial complex.

  • Families and the elderly are being denied health care and overcharged for needed medication because of insurance and pharmaceutical lobbying.

  •  Corporations are seeing 21,000 % RoI on campaign contributions, while the majority of Americans' interests are ignored or undermined.

  • Even members of congress have asked to be 'freed from fundraising', as they spend 30-75% of their time trying to raise money.

    2023 Senate Committee Hearing (23:38 to 1:13:19)

More Resources

Former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia asking for an Article V convention of the states

Department of Justice Report on Article V (PDF)


Washington legislators and candidates who've signed the Wolf PAC Pledge!

  • Ron Muzzall
  • Dave Paul

  • Amy Walen

  • John Stafford

  • Ann Marie Danimus

  • Zach Stover

  • Larry Stanley

  • Kathryn Lewandowsky

  • Claus Joens

  • Ryan Johnson

  • Angie Homola

  • David Wiley

  • Marliza Melzer

  • Katie Young

  • Zach Stover

  • Anne Anderson

  • Marianna Everson

  • Marianna Hopkins Everson

  • Joe Nguyen

  • John Thompson

  • Shannon Braddock

  • David Daggett

  • Cindy Ryu

  • James Thomas

  • Sydney Wissel

  • Monica Stonier

  • Jennifer Goulet

  • Chad Magendanz




 Princeton and Northwestern Universities have determined that the United states is now an oligarchy. I pledged allegiance to a republic. This happened on our watch, it is our responsibility to fix it. You have the opportunity to be a hero to this country, we need you to be part of the solution.  PLEASE help pass this bill, it costs the state nothing, over 80% of Americans support the issue.

Pass SJM8000, lives are on the line  

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