Drop us a line

Weekly Email 9/29: RCGO Happening This Week!

 

Together We Will Win!
But We Can’t Do It Without You!
Monthly Meeting – Did you Miss it?
We had our monthly meeting on Saturday, September 26th and we welcomed 3 special guests – Mayor Andrew Kotyuk, who is running for State Assembly (District 42), Chris Raahauge also running for State Assembly (District 60) and Steve Sanchez (an RCGO officially endorsed candidate) for La Quinta City Council.
If you missed it, not to worry because we recorded it and it’s up on our Facebook Page – come hear from each of them to learn about their campaigns and their stances on 2A rights!
Online CCW Seminar
Learn how to get your CCW in Riverside county. Join us for a virtual CCW seminar on Wednesday, September 30th at 7pm. Get tips on how to write your good cause statement, find out about the process and more.
ZOOM ID: 820 9608 6341
CCW Lifestyle Blog Series #11
Failing The Victim Selection Process
As legally armed citizens we train to always avoid getting into self-defense situations, remember you win every fight you avoid. Criminals tend to go through a process when selecting victims. The subject today is what we can do to ensure we fail the victim selection process. A good overall strategy is to follow John Farnham’s…
Gun Owners Radio
John Currie from Pew Pew Tactical, Stopbox review, and “Assault Weapons” ban updates on this week’s episode of Gun Owners Radio. Listen HERE
RCGO Voter Guide 2020
We are immensely proud to present our November 2020 Voter Guide for Riverside’s municipal and county level offices! RCGO vets candidates based on their Second Amendment views, their viability as a candidate for public office, and their character. Once they pass our test and our Advisory Board votes to endorse them, we compile a list, so you know who to vote for this November.
Reward these candidates with your vote, your donations, and your time by volunteering for their campaign. Most of all, make sure you tell everyone you know how important it is to vote for these candidates. Your Second Amendment future is counting on it.
A few points:
-What About So-and-so? If they are running for city or county level offices in 2020 and you do not see them on our voter guide, it is safe to assume you should NOT vote for them. A lot of candidates were considered who did not earn RCGO’s endorsement.
-State and Federal Candidates? Look for state and federal level endorsements and feedback on the NRA-PVF, Gun Owners of America, Gun Owners of California, California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) websites.
-Your Voter Ballot. If you cannot verify that a pro Second Amendment organization has endorsed a candidate on your ballot…DO NOT VOTE FOR HIM/HER.
-Leave it blank. Do not support candidates who will not support your Second Amendment. Supporting the “lesser of two evils” and allowing Second Amendment issues to become low priority is how California got to be so bad. California will not change until we change. Step #1 is giving good candidates your support and not giving bad candidates the time of day.
– Judges? For a variety of reasons, we do not endorse judges. That does not mean there are no good candidates for judge. We just could not endorse them which means we cannot give you guidance there. One great source of information is to talk to the candidate for judge.
Make this the election one where YOU made the difference. Help our candidates win so we can be even more effective restoring and preserving our Second Amendment rights.
We Need You On Our Side
If you’ve been on the fence about joining our organization, now is the time. Help us and join the fight to preserve your 2A rights here in Riverside County! For as little as $10 a month, your donation to become a member will help us support local 2A candidates for office.
Paid for by Riverside County Gun Owners Political Action Committee
FPPC ID # 1419037
31915 Rancho California Rd Suite 200-106 | Temecula CA 92591 | (951) 266-6683 | RiversideCountyGunOwners.com