The Rhode Island Self Defense Alliance publishes its initial list of enemies and defenders of the 2nd Amendment in RI [Press Release]

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PRESS RELEASE

MEDIA CONTACT:

Mike Puyana
RI Self Defense Alliance Spokesman
(401) 552-9799
Info@RISelfDefenseAlliance.com
RISelfDefenseAlliance.com

July 16, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Rhode Island Self Defense Alliance publishes its initial list of Rhode Island legislators for the upcoming Fall elections;  Contrasting those candidates in contested races who are defenders, and those who are clear enemies of the Second Amendment in the Ocean State.

Providence, RI:  The Rhode Island Self Defense Alliance, an all volunteer advocacy organization operating under the registered nonprofit Gaspee Project, today published an initial list of contested races whose candidates are deemed defenders, and those who are clear enemies of the Second Amendment in the Ocean State.

"We feel this initial list is an excellent start to separating those candidates in Rhode Island who we deem champions of the Second Amendment, and those we feel strongly will continue working to diminish and eventually destroy the fundamental, obvious, and God-given right of every citizen to effectively defend him or herself against a predator," stated Mike Puyana, the RI Self Defense Alliance Spokesman.

"An informed public is a powerful force to proper and moral governance," Puyana continued.  "Although many of the harmful bills that openly threaten our freedom of self protection did not pass in this last legislative session, the threat of government mandated defenselessness remains all too real in our state from the same legislators every year.  Therefore, this Fall's elections are critical to the Second Amendment community throughout Rhode Island."

The RI Self Defense Alliance awaits data compiled by the 2nd Amendment Coalition prior to finalizing their list, yet seeks to initiate the discussion in regard to those General Assembly seats in contention by publishing a preliminary list of supporters and enemies of Rhode Islanders' natural right to self defense:

Rhode Island House of Representatives and candidates who are DEFENDERS of the Second Amendment:

  • Michael Chippendale:  House District 40 (Foster, Coventry, and Glocester)

  • Sherry Roberts:  House District 29 (Coventry and West Greenwich)

  • Daryl Gould:  House District 67 (Barrington and Warren)

  • William Hunt:  House District 68 (Bristol and Warren)

  • Robert Quattrocchi:  House District 41 (Scituate and Cranston)

Rhode Island Senators and candidates who are DEFENDERS of the Second Amendment:

  • Elaine Morgan:  Senate District 34 (Charlestown, Exeter, Hopkinton, Richmond, and West Greenwich)

  • Stephanie Calise:  Senate District 11 (Bristol, Tiverton, and Portsmouth)

  • Gordon Rogers:  Senate District 21 (Foster, Scituate, Coventry, and West Greenwich)

Rhode Island House of Representatives and candidates who are ENEMIES of the Second Amendment:

  • Jason Knight:  House District 67 (Barrington and Warren)

  • Teresa Tanzi:  House District 34 (Narragansett and South Kingstown)

  • Marcia Ranglin-Vassell:  House District 5 (Providence)

  • Carol Hagan McEntee:  House District 33 (South Kingstown and Narragansett)

  • Camille F.J. Vella-Wilkinson:  House District 21 (Warwick)

  • Edith H. Ajello:  House District 1 (East Side of Providence)

Rhode Island Senate and candidates who are ENEMIES of the Second Amendment:

  • Cynthia Armour Coyne: Senate District 32 (Barrington, Bristol, and East Providence)

  • James A. Seveney:  Senate District 11 (Bristol, Portsmouth, and Tiverton)

  • Joshua Miller:  Senate District 28 (Cranston and Providence)

  • Dawn Euer:  Senate District 13 (Newport and Jamestown)

About the Rhode Island Self Defense Alliance

The Rhode Island Self-Defense Alliance’s sole mission is to remove from office all proven enemies of the Second Amendment in Rhode Island.  We will do this by strict adherence to campaign finance laws so that all contributors are shielded from political retaliation.  We are a wholly voluntary resource sharing among all Second Amendment groups and businesses focused on effective and sustained voter messaging on Second Amendment issues and the Second Amendment disposition of the political class of Rhode Island.  For more information please visit RISelfDefenseAlliance.com or call (401) 552-9799.

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