Gun owners in northern Montgomery and Bucks counties (as well as those in southern Lehigh and eastern Northampton) need to turn out for NRA-endorsed Bob Mensch in tomorrow’s special election.
NRA’s Political Victory Fund announced their endorsement of Rep. Bob Mensch in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 24th Senate District.
Bucks County has opted not to move Quakertown polls in the schools, so voters will report to their normal polling location. However, one Springfield polling site has been temporarily moved.
As we count down to the special election in the 24th Senate District, gun owners need to make sure they are registered to vote by Friday, August 28.
In their latest voter education project, NRA is daring you to Trigger the Vote in 2009 and 2010. According to the NRA, upwards of 22 million gun owners may not be registered to vote.
Gun owners in upper Bucks and Montgomery Counties need to turn out for a special election in Senate District 24. At this time, only Rep. Bob Mensch has declared his candidacy.
Tomorrow could be an important voting day for an amendment to ban traditional bird shoots in Pennsylvania, an effort supported by the anti-hunting HSUS.