NJ Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno to Address State’s Gun Owners

Kim Guadagno
NJ Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno to Address State’s Gun Owners

Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs

New Jersey – -(Ammoland.com)- On Sunday, October 15 2017, Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno is scheduled to present the keynote address at the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs annual meeting members’ luncheon!

Lieutenant Governor Guadagno is a former Sheriff and the current Republican candidate for Governor in the upcoming election.

She carried a gun as Sheriff, and has repeatedly stated that she wants “to make New Jersey better for law abiding gun owners.”

“The Lieutenant Governor’s historic appearance marks the first time that a high-level member of the New Jersey executive branch has addressed an annual meeting of law-abiding gun owners,” said Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs Executive Director Scott Bach. “Please join us for this momentous occasion.”

The Lieutenant Governor’s address at the members’ luncheon is scheduled to begin at approximately 12:15 p.m., following the conclusion of the members’ business meeting (which convenes at 10:00 a.m.) The luncheon is free and open to ANJRPC members only, but there is limited seating that will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and you must register in advance. Click here to register. Seating cannot be guaranteed.

If you are not yet an ANJRPC member but still want to attend, you can join online as a non-range member by clicking here, and then register for the event online at the link above (subject to limited seating – seating cannot be guaranteed). Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs is the official New Jersey affiliate of the NRA, and is the Garden State’s oldest, largest, and most effective Second Amendment organization.

The event will be closed to the press, and no unauthorized recording will be permitted.

About Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs:

The Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs, Inc. is the official NRA State Association in New Jersey. Our mission is to implement all of the programs and activities at the state level that the NRA does at the national level. This mission includes the following: To support and defend the constitutional rights of the people to keep and bear arms. To take immediate action against any legislation at the local, state and federal level that would infringe upon these rights. Visit: www.anjrpc.org

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MacWell
MacWell
4 years ago

What I cannot understand is how the State of NJ can get away with being a “May Issue” when the 2nd clearly says “Shall not be infringed”. This State is clearly (infringing) on my right to carry. The only people in NJ who can get a carry permit are the politically connected, and the rich who can buy the politically connected. Isn’t this unconstitutional?

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  MacWell

Look to or Look at the antics of the judiciary for answers to your question.

Eric_CA
Eric_CA
4 years ago

I wish her luck. Meeting with the NJ Rifle and pistol association is more than any Los Angeles County Sheriff has ever done.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago

Possibly so however if that be the case it is essentially due to one factor. The law abiding people of N.J. having spent to many years, frozen in the posture of ankles grabbed. The picture should be clear enough, and if it isn’t, think on it a little.

K Lange
K Lange
4 years ago

Murphy implies NRA is culpable in Las Vegas massacre and equates NRA to sexual harasser Weinstein Update on Muirphy from the NJ Shore News: http://shorenewsnetwork.com/politics/new-jersey-murphy-compares-new-jersey-gun-ownership-to-decades-of-sexual-harassment-by-harvey-weinstein/ here’s the first paragraph: TRENTON-Apparently, legal gun ownership in New Jersey is a big problem for one percenter Phil Murphy and the National Rifle Association is no better than Hollywood producers who sexually assault aspiring actresses. After being caught with his hand in Harvey Weinstein’s cookie jar, New Jersey Millionaire and Wall Street mogul Phil Murphy said taking Weinstein’s money is equal to Republicans taking money from the NRA AND implied that the NRA is… Read more »

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  K Lange

Murphy needs to consider changing the brand of “controlled substance” he imbibes in. The one he currently imbibes in makes him say really dumb things, even for a N.J. political type.

K Lange
K Lange
4 years ago

This is a summary of Phil Murphy’s position: He has vowed to pass EVERY SINGLE GUN BIll from the Christie years and apparently believes that the current attorney general is an “Agent of the NRA” in addition to subjecting gun sales to additional taxation, among other things (see below). From his website- Specifically, as governor Phil Murphy would: Sign legislation that Christie vetoed: Phil Murphy would start by signing every piece of gun violence prevention legislation that Governor Christie has vetoed. These bills would have enacted bipartisan and sensible solutions, such as keeping guns out of the hands of gang… Read more »

Raymond Miller
Raymond Miller
4 years ago

Unfortunately we in NJ have our usual choice of Tweetle Dee & Tweetle Dumb. We have been lied to by Guadagno before and the present failure, Christie has made sure that she has had no public exposure. As usual we have no real republicans in the race, and as usual we have the choice of the lessor of two evils. Christie always waited until 11:59pm before he did anything about gun laws in NJ. I don’t expect any more from Guadagno, but I will have to vote for her. Christie helped that BB get re-elected as President and has made… Read more »

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Raymond Miller

Who knows what the lady might have to say? As for the terribly sad situation existant in New Jersey , whose to blame for it? Nobody but the voters, as I see the thing, orfect md should I be in error.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Alan

Last should read correct me if I’m in error. Pardon the poor typing.

Vanns40
Vanns40
4 years ago

And the question for her; Do you support the repeal of NJ’s gun laws? That is the only question that’s relevant.

JS
JS
4 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

If she waffles one bit then you know she wont repeal anything. Like us slaves in Kalifornistan, your choices are always bad or ugly. Heres hope for you in NJ

ras
ras
4 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

A governor can not himself/herself repeal a law that has been passed by the legislature. The legislature must repeal it. Now the governor can exert pressure on them to do so, but if it is made up of a majority of democrats, it won’t matter. I believe NJ is in this situation. The demographics are skewed so that they might always be the majority Party.

Raymond Miller
Raymond Miller
4 years ago
Reply to  ras

Most assuredly NJ is screwed. The Demoncraps will always be in power here and the Republicans are feckless cowards. The Dems. are kept in power by inner city blacks and union thugs. And the Republicans have no back bone.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Raymond Miller

What is it that prevents the worm from turning, if the analogy is acceptable.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
4 years ago
Reply to  Raymond Miller

, Maybe we will get lucky and Iran will drop a Barry Soetoro (aka Barack Obama), financed nuke on NJ. And then again, afterward, maybe, no one will notice a difference.

Tionico
Tionico
4 years ago
Reply to  ras

Except that the governor is the head of the executive department of the state…. and thus pledged to enforce CONSTITUTIONAL laws. A governor intent upon upholding the oath of office would NOT enforce unconstitutional laws. Admittedly it is a rare governor who would behave this way. I really doubt SHE would… but it seems worh a try. Certainly a lot less evil choice when compared to the other guy.

What I can’t understand is WHY states like NJ, CA, CT, MD, MA are so utterly incapable of awakening from their slumber and fielding some real candidates for high office.

Raymond Miller
Raymond Miller
4 years ago
Reply to  Tionico

Because the vote is heavily Demon-Crap. The inner cities are black and we, like the other states you mention, have a large number of union thugs who vote Demon-Crap, nothing means anything to either one of those groups except feeding on the public teat.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Tionico

Take a look st the actions or the lack of actions of the electorate for your answer.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Tionico

Take a look at the actions or perhaps the lack thereof on the part of the electorate. Answers might there be found.

Alan
Alan
4 years ago
Reply to  Alan

Excuse the repetitive post, looked like my first attempt hadn’t made it.

Rick
Rick
4 years ago

Best of luck, Ms. Guadagno.