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NRA National Police Shooting Championships Supported by New Mexico Legislature!

Friday, February 3, 2006

During the 30-day budget session of the New Mexico Legislature, NRA-ILA and the New Mexico Shooting Sports Association have been working to secure money for improvements to Shooting Range State Park in Albuquerque, which will host the NRA National Police Shooting Championships starting in September of 2006. Because this is a public-use facility, the shooting sports community will benefit from any improvements to it for years to come.

 

Please call or e-mail the following members of the Albuquerque delegation to thank them for requesting money specifically dedicated for this project:

 

Senator Joe Carraro (R-23)

Phone: 505-986-4387

E-mail: joecarraro@aol.com

 

Senator Shannon Robinson (D-17)

Phone: 505-986-4856

E-mail: shannon.robinson@nmlegis.gov

 

Senator Kent Cravens (R-21)

Phone: 505-986-4391

E-mail: klcravens@alphagraphics.com

 

Senator John Ryan (R-10)

Phone: 505-986-4373

E-mail: johnchrisryan@yahoo.com

 

Senator James Taylor (D-14)

Phone: 505-986-4862

E-mail: jamesg.taylor@nmlegis.gov

 

Senator Bill Payne (R-20)

Phone: 505-986-4276

E-mail: william.payne@nmlegis.gov

 

Representative Tom Anderson (R-29)

Phone: 505-986-4452

E-mail: kb5ysg@arrl.net 

 

Representative Justine Fox-Young (R-30)

Phone: 505-986-4226

E-mail: foxyoung@gmail.com

 

Representative Jimmie Hall (R-28)

Phone: 505-986-4215

E-mail: jimmiehal@aol.com

 

Representative Larry Larranaga (R-27)

Phone: 505-986-4215

 

Representative Kathy McCoy (R-22)

Phone: 505-986-4214

E-mail: katrina@swcp.com

 

Representative Al Park (D-26)

Phone: 505-986-4234

 

Representative Bill Rehm (R-31)

Phone: 505-986-4453

E-mail: Billrehm@comcast.net

 

Representative Eric Youngberg (R-23)

Phone: 505-986-4226

E-mail: eric_youngberg@msn.com

 

Please also call Governor Bill Richardson's (D) office to thank him for his strong financial support for this project. The Governor can be reached at (505) 476-2200.

 

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