Time to contact your elected officials…
Attorney generals in 15 states are embracing California-style gun control while riots and lockdowns have diverted our attention.
These top law enforcement officials desperately want to impose background checks on EVERY purchase of ammunition, which has become a bureaucratic nightmare since it took effect in California two years ago.
The Golden State has denied tens of thousands of gun owners the right to purchase ammunition due to problems with the government’s database. Many were forced to endure lengthy delays simply to buy a box or two.
Here are the states where Democrat AGs are giving the legislature the green light to implement draconian gun control. Click through to the end to find out how to contact your state elected officials!
(H/T Bearing Arms)
Attorney General: Kwame Raoul (D)
The Illinois House of Representatives has 74 Democrats and 44 Republicans.
The Illinois Senate has 40 Democrats and 19 Republicans.
The governor is J.B. Pritzker (D).
Attorney General: William Tong (D)
The Connecticut House of Representatives has 91 Democrats and 60 Republicans.
The Connecticut Senate has 22 Democrats and 14 Republicans.
The governor is Ned Lamont (D).
Attorney General: Kathy Jennings (D)
The Delaware House of Representatives has 26 Democrats and 15 Republicans.
The Delaware Senate has 12 Democrats and 9 Republicans.
The governor is John Carney (D).
Attorney General: Clare E. Connors (D)
The Hawaii House of Representatives has 46 Democrats and 5 Republicans.
The Hawaii Senate has 24 Democrats and 1 Republican.
The governor is David Ige (D).
Attorney General: Brian Frosh (D)
The Maryland House of Delegates has 99 Democrats and 42 Republicans.
The Maryland Senate has 32 Democrats and 15 Republicans.
The governor is Larry Hogan (R).
Attorney General: Maura Healey (D)
The Massachusetts General Court has 126 Democrats, 31 Republicans, and 1 independent.
The Massachusetts Senate has 31 Democrats and 4 Republicans.
The governor is Charlie Baker (R).
Attorney General: Dana Nessel (D)
The Michigan House of Representatives has 58 Republicans and 52 Democrats.
The Michigan Senate has 22 Republicans and 16 Democrats.
The governor is Gretchen Whitmer (D).
Attorney General: Gurbir Grewal (D)
The New Jersey General Assembly has 52 Democrats and 28 Republicans.
The New Jersey Senate has 25 Democrats and 15 Republicans.
The governor is Phil Murphy (D).
Attorney General: Hector Balderas (D)
The New Mexico House of Representatives has 46 Democrats and 24 Republicans.
The New Mexico Senate has 26 Democrats and 16 Republicans.
The governor is Michelle Lujan Grisham (D).
Attorney General: Letitia James (D)
The New York State Assembly has 102 Democrats, 1 Working Families Party representative, 1 independent, and 43 Republicans.
The New York State Senate has 40 Democrats and 22 Republicans.
The governor is Andrew Cuomo (D).
Attorney General: Ellen Rosenblum (D)
The Oregon House of Representatives has 38 Democrats and 22 Republicans.
The Oregon State Senate has 18 Democrats and 12 Republicans.
The governor is Kate Brown (D).
Attorney General: Josh Shapiro (D)
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has 109 Republicans and 93 Democrats.
The Pennsylvania State Senate has 28 Republicans, 1 independent, and 21 Democrats.
The governor is Tom Wolf (D).
Attorney General: Peter Neronha (D)
The Rhode Island House of Representatives has 66 Democrats and 9 Republicans.
The Rhode Island Senate has 33 Democrats and 5 Republicans.
The governor is Gina Raimondo (D).
Attorney General: Mark Herring (D)
The Virginia House of Delegates has 55 Democrats and 45 Republicans.
The Senate of Virginia has 21 Democrats, 18 Republicans, and 1 independent.
The governor is Ralph Northam (D).
Attorney General: Bob Ferguson (D)
The Washington House of Representatives has 57 Democrats and 41 Republicans.
The Washington State Senate has 28 Democrats, 21 Republicans, and 1 Democrat that caucuses with the Republicans.
The governor is Jay Inslee (D)
BONUS: District of Columbia
Mayor: Muriel Bowser (D)
If you live in these states or the District and are concerned by this blatant power grab, CLICK HERE to get in touch with your state legislators.