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Colorado: Bloomberg Has Gone ‘All In’ for the Recall Elections, Have You?

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Sign up to volunteer TODAY to help recall Senators Morse and Giron

This week, billionaire anti-gun New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg donated $350,000 to help defend state Senators John Morse (D-11) and Angela Giron (D-3) against efforts to recall them.

With less than two weeks until these recall elections will be held—on Tuesday, September 10—there has never been a more critical time for you to get involved and help volunteer in the important efforts to oust both Morse and Giron.  If these two state legislators are not recalled on September 10, the Colorado Senate will still be poised to aggressively pursue restrictive gun legislation next legislative session.  Furthermore, this will enable these legislators to continue to take cues from Bloomberg and lead the charge to enact more disarming legislation.  

Field offices have been opened in both of these districts where you can volunteer to help recall Senators Morse and Giron.  Volunteers are needed to go door-to-door, speak with voters, and make telephone calls on the importance of voting YES to recall Senator Morse and Senator Giron on Tuesday, September 10.  To learn more about volunteer opportunities, or to pick up a sign of support, please contact NRA-ILA’s Colorado Campaign Field Representative, Dennis Rhodes, at drhodesnra@gmail.com and 720-549-0021.

Sign up TODAY at the links below to make a difference and help to restore Colorado’s rights.


      Office Locations:
Senate District 11 – John Morse Recall
109 East Kiowa
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Click HERE to volunteer


      Senate District 3 – Angela Giron Recall
127 North Santa Fe
      Pueblo, Colorado 81003
Click HERE to volunteer

Paid for by the National Rifle Association Committee to Restore Coloradans' Rights

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