Women’s Outdoor News’ columnist Cheryl Todd attended and represented her state of Arizona for the DC Project recently. It was a nonpartisan initiative created by Benelli Team Captain Dianna Muller. #DCProject
Fifty women representing 50 states went to Washington, D.C., from July 7 to 9, in an effort to meet with legislators and show them a different face than what they are accustomed to when working with the Second Amendment. Not professional lobbyists or male staffers from corporations and governments, these women gave of their time and expense to make this event happen.
Todd recaps their experiences encouraging dialogue with legislators regarding values surrounding firearms. She also lets us know what we can do on a local level to support our Second Amendment rights.
Find more information about the DC Project at http://www.DCProject.info.
Follow the ladies’ journey to DC through pictures, videos, and posts about their experience on social media sites by searching #DCProject.
Find the DC Project’s Facebook page here; https://www.facebook.com/thedcproject/
Find information about elections in your state: http://www.nssf.org/gunvote/
Read the Constitution of the United States: http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution.html
To find more educational material regarding the #GunVote, please visit the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s website: http://www.nssf.org/gunvote/