RMGO Alert: Gun Confiscation Vote Friday in Colorado State House

Anti-Gun Democrats in Colorado are doing everything in their power to make sure they can take away your rights.

We are expecting a key vote on the “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation bill, HB19-1177, as early as Friday morning in the State legislature.

Click here to email key lawmakers right NOW urging them to vote NO on the Gun Confiscation Bill!

If passed, this bill would let SWAT teams barge down your door at 5 in the morning with orders to seize your firearms without due process, all because someone anonymously reported you.

The good news is, your grassroots efforts -- your phone calls, your petitions, your work -- are getting to them and it’s starting to show. One legislator even slammed her office door in the face of an RMGO staffer while he was delivering your petitions.

They’re afraid to hear from angry voters like you. Which is why I need you turn up the heat even higher by calling them or e-mail them again RIGHT NOW before they take the crucial Second Reading vote.

Click here to email key lawmakers right NOW.

If that link doesn’t work for you, simply open your email, then copy this message below:

SUBJECT: ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! VOTE NO ON HB19-1177!

Dear Representative,

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! As a strong supporter of the Second Amendment, I urge you to OPPOSE and VOTE AGAINST the Gun Confiscation Bill, HB19-1177. Do not force this unconstitutional scheme into law. RMGO will keep me informed of your vote.

Sincerely,


And send it to these Representatives:

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Then, please be sure to call your own Representative as well.

Remind them that you are watching how they vote and insist they vote against HB19-1177.

Click here to find your Representative and their contact information.

You can reach the State House switchboard at 303-866-2904 and the State Senate switchboard at 303-866-2316 and ask to speak to your legislators.

Please act now as time is of the essence -- pushing this to the side could be the difference of our rights being infringed.

Click here to email key lawmakers RIGHT NOW.
 


 

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