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Senator Mason - Take the Knife Out of My Back

Dear Patriot,

Why won't Senator Mason commit to forcing a roll call vote on LD 660 - Representative Aaron Libby's Constitutional Carry bill?

Senator Mason claims to support the 2nd Amendment, and he has even claimed that he supports LD 660 - yet he won't publicly commit to forcing a roll call vote before the full Senate.

If there is one thing I despise, it is politicians who say they are pro-gun, but behind closed doors, stab gun owners in the back.

In the last legislative session, Representative Libby introduced a Constitutional Carry bill - Senator Mason voted against it.

Senator Mason claims to be pro-Constitutional Carry - so why did he vote against Constitutional Carry in the Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee as Chair?

Senator Mason says he voted against last year's bill because he was supporting a similar measure - but he voted against that bill as well!

Please contact Senator Mason today and demand he force a roll call vote of LD 660 before the full Senate.

Senator Garrett Mason
[email protected]
207-577-1521

What does Senator Mason have to hide?  If he is really pro-gun, he should welcome a recorded vote on LD 660.

Without a roll call vote, Senator Mason can continue claiming to support the 2nd Amendment and Constitutional Carry, but his past actions tell a different tale.

Please contact Senator Mason today and demand he force a roll call vote of LD 660 before the full Senate.

Senator Garrett Mason
[email protected]
207-577-1521

Additionally, please sign this petition and let your lawmakers know you support Constitutional Carry in Maine!

In Liberty,

Brent Tweed
Maine State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please contact Senator Mason today and demand he force a roll call vote of LD 660 before the full Senate.

Senator Garrett Mason
[email protected]
207-577-1521

Additionally, please sign this petition and let your lawmakers know you support Constitutional Carry in Maine!

 

 


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