Constitutional Carry Cosponsorship deadline delayed

Constitutional Carry Cosponsorship deadline delayed

Since the Ohio legislature is on break until next week, Constitutional Carry sponsor Representative Ron Hood has decided to keep the co-sponsorship window open another week!

That means your state representative can still sign on as a cosponsor to Constitutional Carry!

Gun rights are moving everywhere:

▶▶ Iowa gun owners just passed Stand-Your-Ground law after a 6-year battle with their legislature.

▶▶ North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum just signed Constitutional Carry into law.

▶▶ South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster told their legislature last week he “appreciates their hard work on it” and he’ll sign Constitutional Carry when it comes to his desk.

▶▶ And just yesterday, Constitutional Carry passed the Alabama Senate!

Momentum is building nationwide, and right now is our best chance in years to pass it here, too!

With Representative Hood keeping the co-sponsorship window open, we need to take advantage of it by having YOUR legislator sign on as well!

If your legislator’s name is not on the list below, call their office TODAY and tell them to sign on as a co-sponsor!

Here is the list:

➨ Rep. Ron Hood, District 78, Lead Sponsor
➨ Rep. Tom Brinkman, District 27, Joint Sponsor
Rep. Scott Wiggam, District 1
Rep. Bill Blessing, District 29
Rep. Kristina Roegner, District 37
Rep. Jim Butler, District 41
Rep. Niraj Antani, District 42
Rep. Derek Merrin, District 47
Rep. Candice Keller, District 53
Rep. Paul Zeltwanger, District 54
Rep. Ron Young, District 61
Rep. Scott Lipps, District 62
Rep. John Becker, District 65
Rep. Andrew Brenner, District 67
Rep. Larry Householder, District 72
Rep. Bill Dean, District 74
Rep. Sarah LaTourette, District 76
Rep. Robert McColley, District 81
Rep. Craig Riedel, District 82
Rep. Robert Sprague, District 83
Rep. Nino Vitale, District 85
Rep. Wesley Goodman, District 87
Rep. Terry Johnson, District 90
Rep. Andy Thompson, District 95

If your state representative is not listed above, please take 5 minutes to contact them RIGHT NOW!

You can find your House representative ➡ HERE.

Once you’ve contacted them, ask your friends and family to do the same thing!

— Chris Dorr, Director

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  1. What is the expected timeline for this bill? When would it likely have a chance at being voted on in the legislature? And what does anyone think the chances are of Governor Kasich signing it into law if it reaches his desk? If not, I would hope there are enough votes for a veto override, as has been necessary in several states that recently passed constitutional carry.

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