Campaign for your Rights Workshop – Monroe, CT

Gun control groups are marching on. They are using anti-gun politicians to infringe on our rights. The only way to stop attacks on the 2nd Amendment is to help Pro2A candidates win in 2018. While most gun owners wish to be left alone, the anti-gun crowd will not cease in their efforts.

CCDL members are invited to participate in this FREE workshop to gain the necessary knowledge to become active in fighting the anti-gun machine.

Where: Fairfield County Fish & Game310 Hammertown Rd, Monroe, CT 06468
When: Saturday, June 9th from 11:00am until 1:00pm
Agenda:

  • Basics of Campaign Strategies
  • Importance of Your Involvement
  • What Gun Control Groups and sympathizers are doing
  • Examples of Effective Victories from Our Side
  • Q&A

2A candidates need our help!

One of the biggest concerns many legislators have is who will be there to help them win re-election if they vote with us. Too often we hear about how gun-grabbing politicians have people working on their campaigns. If we are going to stop this, like it or not we need to become more political than we have been in the past. While we have a positive track record on some campaigns, we will need more successes.

Please join us in helping the Pro2A movement win in 2018. RSVP today (Name and Town) via email to membership@ccdl.us or phone: 240-320-7075
Help good candidates win this year.

4 thoughts on “Campaign for your Rights Workshop – Monroe, CT

  1. “The only way to stop attacks on the 2nd amendment …help candidates”..

    Really, this is the ONLY way ? Shortsighted isn’t it ? Getting pro-RIGHTS people into office is certainly important but it not the ONLY way to protect our rights.

    Teaching people how to resist beyond the voting booth is important.

    What should members of the general assembly do when they want to bring up the subject matter of anything related to guns? They should walk out. No quorum, no business.

    All gun laws are void in any event. The state cannot disarm its own militia nor can the feds.

  2. Can’t you get them or others like then to come out to our neck of the woods it’s always so far away and it would better to get to more people compared to just in one spot. We could also sign up new people. It could be held at other gun clubs in our corner of the state. Thank you.

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