Constitutional Carry Passes the Idaho Senate on a 27-8 Vote!
Article first appeared at Ammoland.
Canyon County, ID -(AmmoLand.com)- In yet another historic vote for Idaho gun owners, the Idaho Senate has passed Constitutional Carry (SB 1389) on a 27-8 vote!
The vote was mostly along party lines with 1 Republican, Senator Bart Davis, joining the Democrats in voting no.
The bill now moves to the House side of the Idaho Capitol where we are expecting a hearing and vote from the House State Affairs CommitteeTOMORROW!
From there, if it passes, we expect a full House vote on Friday!
That does not leave much time for you to take action and make your voice heard to BOTH of your Representatives in the House.
You may only get one chance to get a hold of them and tell them you want a yes vote on SB 1389!
To find out who your Representatives are, you can click on this link: http://www.idahovotes.
You can then find their “332-xxxx” office phone number and legislative email by going to legislature.idaho.gov and in the middle of the Home Page you will see “2016 Legislative Directory”. Hit CTR F and search for their name!
We saw Bloomberg’s lobbyist today as we were coming out of the Capitol and we have been told he is also continuing his robocalls and emails to kill SB 1389, Constitutional Carry.
Things are moving VERY RAPIDLY now as the session draws to a close. While we may never be able to raise Bloomberg style money, any generous contribution you afford will help us fund our efforts!
Media blitzes on Facebook, newspapers, and if possible, radio ads, would go a long way to helping us ensure that SB 1389 becomes law in the State of Idaho!
Please consider a generous contribution of $200, $100, or even just $50 today and help the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance continue to fight for your rights in Idaho!
Executive Director, ISAA
Idaho Second Amendment Alliance:
The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance exists to fight for the 2nd Amendment rights of all Idaho citizens. Even in a gun friendly State like Idaho, the 2nd Amendment is under constant threat.
For more information, visit: www.idahosaa.org.