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Kansas Senate Overrides Governor’s Veto!

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

House Vote Tomorrow - Call your State Representative Now!

The Kansas State Senate stood up for the citizens of Kansas and voted 30 to 10 to override Governor Sebelius veto of the Right to Carry legislation.   A vote to override the Governor’s veto will take place in the House as early as 9 a.m. tomorrow.  It is critical that Kansans call their State Representative immediately and ask them to continue their support of Right to Carry. 

 

Regardless of where you live, these State Representatives listed below need to hear from you.  They are receiving extreme pressure from Governor Sebelius to change their vote.

 

Representative Julie Menghini (D-3): (785) 296-7687

e-mail: menghini@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Richard Proehl (R-7): (785) 296-7641

e-mail: Proehl@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Kevin Yoder (R-20): (785) 296-7693

e-mail: yoder@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Bonnie Sharp (D-31): (785) 296-7643

e-mail: sharp@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Louis Ruiz (D-32): (785) 296-7122

e-mail: ruiz@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Lana Gordon (R-52): (785) 296-7652

e-mail: gordon@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Ann Mah (D-53): (785) 296- 7668

e-mail: mah@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Jerry Henry (D-63): (785) 296-7688

e-mail: henry@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Barbara Craft (R-65): (785) 296-7636

e-mail: craft@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Ed Trimmer (D-78): (785) 296-7122

e-mail: trimmer@house.state.ks.us

 

Representative Ward Loyd (R-123): (785) 296-7655

e-mail: loyd@house.state.ks.us

 

 

The general number for the Kansas Legislature is (785) 296-2391. 

 

If you need help identifying your State Representative please use the following link www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-legisportal/redistricting.do. 

 

Spread the word to your family members, friends, and co-workers to help out by calling their State Representative today. 

 

 

Help make Kansas the 39th state to recognize a citizen’s Right to Carry.

 

 

To find further contact information please use the

 "Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org

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