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Ryan Clayton
Ryan is the Executive Director of Wolf PAC, a populist network formed to amend the U.S. Constitution in order to restore free and fair elections in America.

He left a successful career in electoral politics to lead Wolf PAC because he believes elections should be free of the corrupting influence of excessive spending by outside interests and fair enough that any citizen can run for public office, not just lobbyists, millionaires, and their allies.

With previous experience working in political advertising, for progressive non-profit organizations, for political candidates, and for elected officials, his background gives him a broad understanding of how campaigns, non-profits, and government institutions fit together to shape American public policy.

Previously featured on MSNBC, FOX News, CNN, BBC, CCTV & RT with projects highlighted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Boston Herald, USA Today, The Guardian (UK), Wall Street Journal, The Economist, The Nation Magazine, TPM, CNET, Raw Story, HotAir, Mediaite, Salon, Slate, Yahoo! News & The Huffington Post.

You can join him in the fight for free and fair elections at

Entries by Ryan Clayton

The SuperCongress Dilemma: Warren Buffett v. Grover Norquist

(24) Comments | Posted August 17, 2011 | 12:15 PM

If you had to choose between the advice of successful investor Warren Buffett or political hack Grover Norquist on how to fix our nation's fiscal ills, who would you trust? For most Americans, that's an easy question, because taxing the rich rather than bankrupting America sounds...

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Hey U.S. Chamber, Boeing Breaking the Law is Bad for Business

(2) Comments | Posted May 20, 2011 | 6:29 PM

When bad businesses break the law, it's not just bad for business -- it's bad for families, workers, and all of us as Americans. Last week, in retaliation for workers exercising legally protected rights, Boeing announced they would be moving a factory from Washington state to South Carolina.


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How to Talk About Citizens United

(16) Comments | Posted January 26, 2011 | 2:01 PM

In response to the recent one year anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Citizens United v. FEC, which overturned bans on corporate cash in elections, many friends on the progressive side of the aisle are drawing attention to this issue, talking about the impact in the 2010...

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