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From: Judith
Sent on: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 12:36 PM
 Please make calls even if you do not live in NY----these totalitarians need to be stopped from disarming (so they can persecute) responsible citizens.
Note also that there is a pro-gun rally in DC on Saturday, January 19th.  
The Governors State of the State Speech planned for Wednesday January 9 at 1:30 PM.
Gun Owners, their families, friends and supporters of the Constitution need to invest a few minutes of their time and make some phone calls.  They ask for name and address---I would give only zip codes (10701  10702,  10710  Yonkers,  10801   New Rochelle, 10601  White PLains,   you can look up others.     
On Monday and/or Tuesday of this week, prior to the State of the State Address,
Call the Governor’s Office (518)[masked]– AND LEAVE THIS MESSAGE:
"I am a law abiding, tax paying, voting, citizen of New York State and I strongly urge you not to impose any further restrictions, laws or regulations on my Second Amendment Rights as granted by the United States Constitution".

Then you call Senate Leader Skelos and Klein and leave the same message.
Then you call Assembly Leader Silver and leave the same message.
Please make these phone call messages to our ELECTED representatives. If the trunk lines into the capital become overloaded with call volume then so be it......this is the goal. WE MUST BE HEARD.

While waiting, you can also access their respective web sites and voice your concern through email message. Write the same message as above or add your own but be civil.

All phone numbers and links are listed below.

Governor at (518)[masked], then click the link to leave a message
Senate Majority Co Leader Dean Skelos (518)[masked]
Senate Majority Co Leader Sen. Jeffrey Klein, D-Bronx[masked]
and Sheldon Silver[masked]
Make plans now to call on Monday or Tuesday!
You should also forward this to every gun owner you know. Make them call too! Notify you clubs and organizations.
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