These New York reps voted YES on Concealed Carry Reciprocity. Tell them their vote to endanger New Yorkers won’t be forgotten!!
On December 6, the full U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass a very dangerous bill–the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act (CCR) Act, which will now move to the Senate. Although this act was opposed by New York law enforcement and would override our strong gun laws, seven New York representatives voted YES!
If enacted, CCR will force New York to honor concealed carry permits issued by weak-gun-law states. Even out-of-staters with criminal convictions will be able to freely carry their hidden, loaded guns into New York communities and crowded, public spaces like Times Square.
Here are the reps that voted YES on this dangerous bill. Please contact them today and tell them that their vote endangered the safety of New Yorkers. And remind them that with their vote, they’ve lost your vote.
1st district: Lee Zeldin (R) (202) 225-3826 @RepLeeZeldi.
19th district: John Faso (R) (202) 225-5614 @RepJohnFaso
21st district: Elise Stefanik (R) (202) 225-4611 @RepStefanik
22nd district: Claudia Tenney (R) 202-225-3665 @RepTenney
23rd district: Tom Reed (R) (202) 225-3161 @RepTomReed24th district: John Katko (R) (202) 225-3701 @RepJohnKatko
27th district: Chris Collins (R) 202-225-5265 @RepChrisCollins
More on the Concealed Carry bill:
Representative Chris Collins was one of seven Congressional representatives from New York State to support the CCR bill