Protect our Constitution: Reject any calls for an Article V Convention

State legislators

Text reads "Defend our rights. Reject & rescind calls for an Article V convention." over a picture of fists raised in solidarity

Under Article V of the U.S. Constitution, Congress is required to hold a constitutional convention if two-thirds of state legislatures call for one. And right now, we’re just a handful of states away.

There are NO rules for this type of convention in the Constitution. That means the delegates could be unelected and totally unaccountable – and once the convention began, they could shred our First Amendment protections, gut environmental regulations, roll back civil rights advances, and worse.

Far-right groups like the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) are trying to get this done behind closed doors and out of the public eye. But Common Cause is shining a spotlight on their sinister efforts in state after state – and so far, we have successfully rolled back calls for an Article V Convention in Colorado, New Hampshire, Delaware, and others.

We need to show our lawmakers that we’re paying attention -- and that we won’t let them gamble with our rights. Add your name now to defend our Constitution.

To learn more about the dangers of an Article V Convention, visit defendourconstitution.org.

Sponsored by
Cclogo_centeredstackednotagline
Washington, DC

To: State legislators
From: [Your Name]

We the People will not allow unelected, unaccountable delegates to write their agenda into our Constitution. Our state lawmakers must stand firm - and reject and rescind calls for an Article V Convention.