Elect Colorados Jaxine Bubis & Retire Anti-Gun Senator Morse

Jaxine Bubis
Jaxine Bubis
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners
Rocky Mountain Gun Owners

Colorado --(Ammoland.com)- Rocky Mountain Gun Owners-PAC officially endorsed Jaxine Bubis to be the Republican candidate in the recall of anti-gun Senate President John Morse (D).

Not only has Jaxine been a longtime advocate for the Second Amendment, she is also a fellow RMGO member who scored a perfect 100% on RMGO’s candidate survey.

In addition to RMGO-PAC’s endorsement, Jaxine has also secured the endorsements of:

  • Sen. Owen Hill
  • Sen. Ted Harvey
  • Sen. Kent Lambert
  • Sen. Vicki Marble
  • Sen. Randy Baumgardner
  • Former Sen. Dave Schultheis
  • Rep. Janak Joshi
  • Rep. Chris Holbert
  • Rep. Justin Everett
  • Rep. Steve Humphrey.

The voters of Senate District 11 can be assured that if Jaxine is elected to replace Senator Morse, they will be represented by a true advocate for their gun rights.

Now, the only question is, what will you do to help Jaxine defeat gun-grabber John Morse?

Make no mistake, this recall will be one of the toughest battles we will ever fight with anti-gun billionaire-playboy Mayor Michael Bloomberg pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into this race to defend his puppet in the Colorado Senate.

Jaxine will need all the help she can get from gun rights supporters like you to win this race.

So, here’s how you can do your part to make sure gun-grabber Morse doesn’t return to the Capitol for another session:

  • 1. DONATE to Jaxine’s campaign by clicking here: http://www.jaxineforcolorado.org/#!volunteer/c24ib.
  • 2. VOLUNTEER your time to help Jaxine’s campaign get the necessary signatures to place her on the recall ballot.
  • a. Jaxine’s campaign will be doing a petition drive this Saturday at 9 A.M. and they will be meeting at Memorial Park by the Fireman’s Statue near the intersection of Pikes Peak Avenue and Hancock Avenue.
    • b. If you can’t volunteer this Saturday, you can contact the campaign to let them know you would like to help by clicking HERE.
  • 3. To stay updated with Jaxine’s campaign, “LIKE” her Facebook page by clicking HERE.

I don’t think I have to say how important this recall is – winning this election will send shockwaves throughout the country and take the wind out of the gun-grabber’s sails.

RMGO-PAC is committed to doing everything it can to help put Jaxine over the top in the recall election – will you join us in this fight?

It’s up to you. Please send help if you can.

For Freedom,
Dudley Brown
RMGO-PAC Director

P.S.- RMGO-PAC has officially endorsed Jaxine Bubis to be the Republican candidate in the recall of anti-gun Senate President John Morse.

As a fellow RMGO member, Jaxine would be a champion for gun rights in the Senate if elected.

However, she is going to need all the help she can get to defeat gun-grabber Morse.

 

DISCLAIMER: Paid for by Rocky Mountain Gun Owners PAC, a small donor committee registered with the Colorado Secretary of State. Contributions to RMGO-PAC are not refundable or transferable, and are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes. Maximum contributions are limited to $50 per individual per calendar year, and $100 for couples. RMGO-PAC is Colorado’s only statewide pro-gun political action committee.

About:
Based in Colorado, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is Colorado’s largest state-based gun lobby. It is a group solely dedicated to the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Our strategy is simple: don’t give an inch. Visit: www.rmgo.org

  • 2 thoughts on “Elect Colorados Jaxine Bubis & Retire Anti-Gun Senator Morse

    1. If Co is serious about this, they will get behind this 100%. You can’t bitch if you don’t help, get out the message, and vote. This recall should be extended to include the US president, also. It will stop lame duck presidents from lying and anything goes in their second term. This goes for both parties.

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