GunVote – Cheryl Todd Shares the D.C. Project | NSSF
From interviewer Mia Anstine:
In light of the GunVote mission, I’d like to share an event in which 50 women from 50 states created the D.C. Project. This is a nonpartisan initiative created by Dianna Muller. She and ten other women put their heads together to create an event where they made their voices heard at the Nation’s capitol.
These women descended upon our U.S. Capitol in an effort to meet with legislators and show them a different face, than they’re accustomed to, of the people who support the Second Amendment.
Women’s Outdoor News columnist, Cheryl Todd, is gracious enough to give us a recap of this nonpartisan initiative. She is among the group of woman who are gun owners, daughters, mothers, and sisters.
Cheryl recaps their time in our nation’s capital engaging in encouraging dialogue with legislators, of their home states and others, 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 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 at www.nssf.org/gunvote/
Read the Constitution of the United States at www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/constitution.html