Old Saybrook ‘Pop-up Volunteer day’
CCDL members in or near the 33rd Senate District, your help is needed. Anti-gun candidates are trying to gain as many seats as possible in the November elections. State Representative Melissa Ziobron is running for the 33rd Senate seat. Melissa Ziobron has a proven history of defending our Second Amendment rights and was CCDL Legislator of the Year in 2017.
Melissa’s opponent has spent $90,000 on television ads attacking Rep. Ziobron and labeling her as anti-woman. Her opponent has also stated he would have voted yes on a bill that seizes firearms, ammunition and permits without due process.
CCDL will be holding two “Pop-up Phone Banks” at Melissa Ziobron’s campaign headquarters located at 105 Elm Street, Old Saybrook. This is in the Old Saybrook Shopping Center (on the same side as Stop and Shop).
Please join other CCDL members on Saturday, October 13, 2018 so that Melissa can remain in Hartford to fight for the rights of legal gun owners.
First Pop-up Phone Bank Session: 1:00PM to 3:00PM
Second Pop-up Phone Bank Session: 3:00PM to 5:00PM
We need as many volunteers from CCDL as possible to join us and participate in one or both of these phone banks.
Trainers and staff will be on hand to provide instruction and a brief training session at the start of each phone bank.
If you’re able to attend please RSVP by October 10th to Ray Bevis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please consider emailing Melissa’s campaign for other volunteer opportunities at: email@example.com or visit her website at melissaziobron.com
Southington ‘Pop-up Volunteer day’
Date: Sunday, October 21, 2018
Location: Southington Republican Headquarters
25 Center St, Southington, CT 06489
Anti-gun lawmakers are already calling for more gun control for next year. We must make sure candidates that will defend our rights get elected in November. Please attend this CCDL ‘pop-up volunteer day’ to help elect the following CCDL endorsed candidates:
Rob Sampson (CCDL Legislator of the year and NRA Defender of Freedom award recipient) – Candidate for State Senate 16th District
John Fusco – State Representative 81st District
Gale Mastrofrancesco – Candidate for State Representative 80st District
Steve Balishiski – Candidate for State Representative 30th District
Questions please contact Ray Bevis legislative@CCDL.us
More details at the CCDL meeting this coming Tuesday
Other steps CCDL members can do to help get Pro Second Amendment candidates elected:
Get a lawn sign – Contact a pro 2A campaign and ask for a lawn sign. Once you receive your lawn sign take a picture of yourself with the sign and share it on social media. Show your family and friends what candidate has your support. Find other Pro Second Amendment candidates on the CCDL Blog.
Letters to the editor – Campaigns need supporters in their district to submit letters. Candidates have letters available. If you are willing to submit a letter. Please contact the campaign directly. Or draft your own using the CCDL’s letter writing guide.
Register to vote – Make sure you and all your like-minded/Pro2A family and friends are registered to vote. You can register to vote at your local town hall or online.
Pro 2A candidates need our help now to defeat the gun-grabbers in November.