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Anti-gun groups are mobilizing: Take action and volunteer in the Colorado recall elections

NRA ILA Contributor
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In less than three weeks, voters in the Colorado Springs and Pueblo areas will have an opportunity to vote YES to recall anti-gun state Senators, John Morse (D-11) and Angela Giron (D-3).  Even if you do not live and vote in these districts, you can still take action to help recall Senators Morse and Giron.

Field offices have been opened in both 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 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 National Rifle Association Committee to Restore Coloradans’ Rights (

Editor’s Note:

Anti-gun proponents are mobilizing to keep the restrictions on Colorado citizens coming.

The gun control group headed up by Mark Kelly and Gabby Giffords just sent this note out:

In less than three weeks, the results of the NRA-backed recall elections in Colorado could determine whether other states, and even Congress, take up legislation to reduce gun violence.

Opponents of background checks have said recalling these two State Senators will create a “a wave of fear that runs across every state legislator across the country.”

They’re right.

That’s why we’re on the air with television ads urging Coloradans to vote NO on the recall.