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California: Your involvement is critical. We can’t do it without your help.

Monday, August 29, 2016

California: Your involvement is critical. We can’t do it without your help.

 

Gun owners in the Golden State are once again being attacked by anti-gun politicians!

Your NRA remains committed to the fight for our rights in California.  With anti-gun politicians holding legislative majorities, it is an uphill battle.  We won’t be able to reverse decades of anti-freedom measures overnight.  But rest assured that we will continue to work tirelessly to improve the laws and the legislators in California.

Your involvement is critical. We can’t do it without your help. 

Help us strike back with a $50 or more contribution 

As you are probably aware, a direct threat to our Right to Keep and Bear Arms will be on the November 2016 ballot.

SIGN THE PETITION: my civil rights are not up for grabs!

In November, Californians will vote on Gavin Newsom's Prop 63 — a draconian initiative that will cause ammo prices to skyrocket, turn law-abiding gun-owning citizens into criminals, and prevent Californians from having the tools they need to protect their families. Learn more at www.stoptheammograb.com.

We have a chance to fight back – and to let our elected leaders know that we won't give up our civil rights just because power-hungry politicians like Gavin Newsom want to make California a gun-free state.

The NRA is proud to support the Coalition for Civil Liberties (Coalition) political committee, which was formed under California’s campaign finance laws. The diverse group of police and civil rights organizations representing gun owners from all walks of life is leading the fight against Newsom and Prop 63. Every day more organizations, police groups, local leaders, and Californians are joining the Coalition.

The leading law enforcement organizations in California oppose Prop 63, including the California State Sheriff’s Association, Deputy District Attorney’s Association, Association of Fish & Game Wardens, and the California Correctional Peace Officers Association. These groups collectively represent tens of thousands of police officers working to defeat Newsom’s gun control agenda.

Friends, in order to defeat Newsom and his anti-gun allies, the Coalition for Civil Liberties needs your help.

By contributing even $10, $25, $50 or more, you can join this effort and help us fight back.

Every penny raised by the Coalition for Civil Liberties will be spent in the fight against Prop 63.  Working together, we can defeat Newsom and his freedom-killing agenda.  Thank you for your support.

 

Chris Cox

Executive Director

NRA Institute for Legislative Action    

 

 

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