Supporters of holding a Constitutional Convention to fix problems in state government say they are disappointed with the resounding defeat of the measure in Tuesday’s voting, but they say they are not giving up. The League of Women Voters’ Jennifer Wilson says while a constitutional convention could have provided a great opportunity to repair flaws in state government, there are other ways, including the normal legislative process. She says both houses were opposed to the convention, saying there are better ways to improve government. She says now lawmakers have the chance to prove that they were right and can achieve changes. “Now do it,” said Wilson. “Stop saying that you can do it and that want to do it, and actually get some things done.” Both legislative leaders opposed the convention, saying they feared it would be taken over by special interests from outside New York.