Maine: Spread The Word On Why To Vote NO On Question 3

posted on July 22, 2016

In his drive to impose New York City-style gun controls on the citizens of Maine, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his anti-gun lobbying groups are spending lavishly in Maine to deceive voters about Question 3, which would ban "transfers" of firearms—including loans, gifts and other innocent temporary “transfers,” even for self-defense—unless approved through background checks by a federally licensed firearms dealers.

But now, a new NRA website—votenoquestion3.org—exposes the truth about Question 3 and Bloomberg’s plan to criminalize perfectly innocent activities by Maine gun owners and hunters.

USE YOUR POWER!

Mainers, spread the word about Bloomberg’s plans for your Second Amendment rights by visiting the website mentioned above and forwarding it to every gun owner you know in the Pine Tree State. Then, get involved in the fight to defend Mainers’ freedoms from Bloomberg’s bans by becoming a part of NRA Frontlines by clicking here.

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