Responses to Castle Doctrine Passage

Since the Senate passed Castle Doctrine by a 45-5 vote this week, Gov. Tom Corbett's office has reiterated his support of the bill several times.  His spokesman told the media that he still plans to sign the legislation. Now anti-gun activists have started their attacks.

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NRA Opposed To Kagan Nomination To U.S. Supreme Court

Joint Statement by Wayne LaPierre, NRA Executive Vice President & CEO, and Chris Cox, Executive Director of NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action There may be no vote a United States Senator casts that is more important than a vote to confirm a nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court. Now that the Court has clearly stated that...

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Pro-Gun Legislation to Move, but Not Without Tricks

May 24, 10 Pro-Gun Legislation to Move, but Not Without Tricks

Posted by in Contacting Lawmakers, State

(cross posted from PAFOA) Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Castle Doctrine legislation – a move we’ve been waiting on since November 19 when they held a hearing! However, it comes at a price. In addition to the vote on the important self-defense reforms, the committee is planning to vote on three...

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State Candidates Use Social Media to Reach Voters

You’d think with the smaller campaign budgets of state Senate & House candidates that more of them would use social networking tools to build an army of volunteers and keep voters informed. But alas, only a few in the Southeast corner of the state have taken the opportunity to set up these social media homes. Here are...

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Lt. Governor Candidates Looking for Your Votes Online

With the prevalence of social networking, and the low barrier to entry, it’s no wonder that even the most far-fetched of candidates for the often overlooked office of Lieutenant Governor are using the tools to find votes and raiser their profiles. Here’s where you can find the folks who want to be your next leader on...

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Lawmakers Meet Pro-Gun Activists

If you haven’t joined the mass of gun owners swarming the Capitol today, you’re missing out on incredible access opportunities with your local lawmakers. As the EVCs for PA-8 & PA-13, we paired up to hit many of the shared districts around Montgomery & Bucks Counties. Though we did not have time to visit every...

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Live Coverage of the Right to Keep & Bear Arms Rally

This morning, and all through the afternoon, you can find our live coverage of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally in Harrisburg through our Twitter account @PAGunRights. You can also “like” us on Facebook to get updates right in your stream – we’ll publish photos as soon as we can share them. If you...

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Federal GOP Caucus Gets Competitive in New Media

To show how serious they are about social media, the Republican Caucus in the US House of Representatives is getting its game on by asking members to compete for followers and new media savvy recognition. The only Pennsylvanian to compete in the challenge is NRA A rated Rep. Bill Shuster (PA-9). If you want to help him out –...

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Engaging Lawmakers Online

We regularly post the social media homes of candidates and current politicians, and there’s a reason for that tradition. There’s no better example of why it is important to engage with candidates than the experience of our colleague in PA-19. Jason, the NRA-EVC for York and Adams Counties, with part of Cumberland...

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Gubernatorial Candidates on Social Media

If you want to keep up with what all of the candidates for Governor are saying to try and win votes, keep up them on social media outlets. It’s a great way to catch semi-candid comments about issues of the day, and sometimes that includes the Second Amendment. Republicans Tom Corbett Twitter: @CorbettForGov Facebook Sam...

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