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Sign The Petitions

September 9, 2016

As we continue the fight to preserve the Second Amendment in California, we have focused on rolling back the seven gun bills signed by Governor Jerry Brown earlier this year. These bills, which aim to reduce crime, will place additional burdens on law-abiding gun owners, in addition to making the public less safe.

One of the ways that CRPA, the NRA and all our allies have been working to do this is by assisting the Veto Gunmageddon effort. Our efforts aim to collect the necessary number of signatures to allow voters to have a say in repealing these unwanted draconian laws. CRPA and NRA have been actively collecting signatures state-wide to contribute to this worthy cause.

The deadline to sign is September 22nd! The next act in this fight will require our volunteers around the state to send back the signatures to hubs around the state for collection.  All of these signatures will need to be filed by the 29th of this month for the November 2018 ballot! Please hurry to join us in doing your part to make sure that your voice is heard!

If you have not yet signed, it is imperative that you, your family and friends do so immediately!

This weekend, like others in the past, we will have volunteers and staff throughout California collecting signatures to bring us one step closer to repealing these unconstitutional acts.

Come join us if you are in or near Rancho Cucamonga, Rocklin, or Manteca. CRPA and NRA will be collecting signatures at your local Bass Pro Shop.

To find other petition signing locations that will have volunteers from Veto Gunmageddon, CRPA, NRA, and other liberty defenders throughout California, click here.To find out more about this endeavor, visit vetogunmageddon.org.

As we continue the fight to preserve the Second Amendment in California, we have focused on rolling back the seven gun bills signed by Governor Jerry Brown earlier this year. These bills, which aim to reduce crime, will place additional burdens on law-abiding gun owners, in addition to making the public less safe.

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