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Weekly Email 9/23: Recall Failure, New Blog and LOTS of New Volunteer Opportunities!

 

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But We Can’t Do It Without You!!!
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Lessons Learned!
The California Recall Failure 
Although votes are still being counted and the election has not yet been certified, somewhere around 7.4 million Californians vote “no” on the recall compared to only 4.4 million “yes” votes. There are around 22 million registered voters in California and millions more who are eligible to vote, but are not registered.  
The lesson learned is that campaign activities focused on registering new voters and assisting registered voters in voting before election day or on election day are effective. The “no” on recall volunteers were far more organized, more active, and better funded. Governor Newsom raised $58 million to fight his recall. The combined money raised to recall Governor Newsom was only a fraction of Newsom’s total. Combined, the candidates running to replace Newsom raised around $26 million.  
In summary, we were outworked, outspent, and out organized. While the candidates were focused on beating each other, efforts to convince voters to show and vote “yes” on the recall suffered. This resulted in a low voter turnout in an already tough campaign where every vote mattered. Activities like getting voters to register and then turn in their ballot are important and effective.    
The Witch is Dead! – Chipman Nomination Withdrawn
The witch is dead! President Biden has withdrawn David Chipman as his nominee to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). After a protracted nomination process, the votes simply were not there to confirm Chipman. Defeating this nomination was a huge win for all Americans… Read More Here….
Calling All Members, We Need Your Help!
Do you find yourself watching the local news or reading the newspaper, saying “Someone Should Do Something!”?
NOW is the time to do something, Be THE SOMEONE! Volunteer Today!
Don’t Miss Out on the Chance to Win a Lifetime of FREE Firearms Training at Front Sight!
Signup to Volunteer HERE!
Crossroads of the West Gun Shows!
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY!!!! SBCGO will have a booth at the Crossroads of the West Gun Show and we are looking for volunteers to help man (and woman) the booth for both days! Free Entry, work a few hours and then you are free to go Shop the Show! Click Here to Volunteer Today!
Help us out at our booth at the gun show!
We will provide all the tools and materials for you to assist us with the following:
  • Hand out literature about local issues and SBCGO/RCGO
  • Talk to attendees about SBCGO/RCGO membership
  • Assist people in becoming a member of SBCGO/RCGO
  • Help gather email addresses for SBCGO/RCGO mailing lists
Ontario Convention Center, Ontario CA
October 2nd & 3rd Saturday 9 am to 5 pm & Sunday 9 am to 4 pm 
Gun Show Admission $16.00 – Ticket price allows entrance for both days. 
Children 12 and under are free with a parent or guardian and do not require a ticket.
National Orange Show Grounds – San Bernardino, CA
November 6th & 7th Saturday 9 am to 5 pm & Sunday 9 am to 4 pm 
Gun Show Admission $14.00 – Ticket price allows entrance for both days. 
Children 12 and under are free with a parent or guardian and do not require a ticket.
SBCGO Proudly Endorses Sheriff Dicus for San Bernardino County Sherriff!
Elect Sheriff Shannon Dicus for San Bernardino County Sheriff!
San Bernardino County Gun Owners PAC proudly endorses Sheriff Shannon Dicus for his election for San Bernardino County Sheriff!
Sheriff Dicus was raised in a law-enforcement family and has lived in San Bernardino County for over 40 years. In high school, he was a Sheriff’s Explorer Scout. He was hired by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in 1991.
Sheriff Dicus will continue the great work the Department does in the community and is committed to moving the organization forward.
Why Should YOU Become a Member of
San Bernardino County Gun Owners?
Join San Bernardino County Gun Owners PAC
Our goal is simple: elect the right people on the 34 city councils in San Bernardino County because that is where Sacramento and Washington D.C. politicians start.
What will San Bernardino County Gun Owners PAC do that isn’t already being done?
  • Second Amendment Advocacy at the city/county level where state and federal politicians begin their careers.
  • Second Amendment Community Organizing. Be the change you want to see by becoming a part of a movement to restore and protect your Second Amendment right.
  • Political Fundraising to help get the right people elected locally where we can have the most impact.
  • Working with the local gun industry on every part of our plan because we are all in this together.
Using the successful model of San Diego County Gun Owners PAC, San Bernardino County Gun Owners PAC will be the strong, permanent infrastructure, that focuses on changing the face of gun ownership by getting volunteers involved in local level activism and educational outreach.
We will bring a Second Amendment focus to local politics that does not exist and be the permanent infrastructure to improve candidate bench strength, precinct operations, and a meaningful way for gun owners to get involved in politics.
It is time we had a voice and became a movement. But we can’t do it without you. JOIN HERE!
Be the change you want to see.
Together, We Will Win!
Together, We Will Win
But We Can’t Do It Without You
We need both people and money in the fight for our Second Amendment Rights. We will continue to elect 2A friendly officials that will make a difference in San Bernardino County
Paid for by San Bernardino County Gun Owners Political Action Committee FPPC ID # 1422623
25920 Iris Ave #13A-341 | Moreno Valley, CA 92551 |
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