Will You Help Us Keep These Ads Running in Iowa?

Will You Help Us Keep These Ads Running in Iowa?

Politicians that are bent on destroying our gun rights do all they can to hide their record from the voters come election time.

It’s par for the course coming out of Des Moines really.

A politician votes against a pro-gun bill or sponsors an anti-gun piece of legislation to appease radical special interest groups – often from out of state – and then tells you how much he supports your rights when seeking your money and your votes.

I have to tell you, nothing makes me angrier than to see confused gun owners being lied to by anti-gun politicians.

As Election Day gets closer, Iowa Gun Owners is working overtime trying to make sure to EXPOSE the records of anti-gun politicians. We do this via targeted direct mail, focused Facebook advertising, robo calls, and more.

I’m pleased to report to you that just this morning we’ve kicked off a special educational program on WHO radio in Des Moines to make sure that the voters in Senate District 5 (areas surrounding Fort Dodge) understand that Senator Daryl Beall cast a decisive vote AGAINST the 2nd Amendment in 2010.

Worse, Daryl Beall has sponsored radical anti-gun legislation during the last legislative cycle, specifically Michael Bloomberg’s signature legislative goal, Universal Registration legislation!

This legislation would make you and me a felon for giving a firearm to friends or certain family members without getting government permission first.

Daryl Beall is doing everything he can to make sure the voters in his district don’t find out – and we are determined to make sure that pro-gun voters in that seat know the truth.

Click below to hear for yourself the ad we’ve unleashed today on the airwaves in Des Moines
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I’ve got to tell you, we’re already getting a tremendous amount of feedback from Senate District 5!

Outraged gun owners in this rural district, who had no idea about the real Daryl Beall, are already making sure he understands their displeasure with his votes cast on their behalf.

We need to keep this going!

More, it’s essential that we get this message on the radio in at least 3 more districts.

If we don’t, anti-gun legislators and candidates will continue to gloss over and outright lie about their records in office. We simply can’t let that happen!

That’s why we simply must continue to pull back the curtain on the records of these radical anti-gun politicians. I need your help to do it.

First, I need to raise $1,700 for editing and production costs and to keep the ads running on WHO radio to educate voters in Senate District 5.

In Senate District 27, around Mason City, pro-gun candidate Shawn Dietz is running against Senator Amanda Ragan, who is trying to hide her anti-gun votes.

At $60 per ad, I need $1,500 to get ads running on KGLO in Mason City.

Over in Sioux City, in district 7, Jim France is challenging Senator Rick Bertrand whose record and survey are 100% pro-gun.

France, however, is desperately trying to avoid having to put his views on the 2nd Amendment on the record. To get up on KSCJ radio in Sioux City I need to raise $1,120 to run 40 spots at $28 dollars per spot.

Finally, it’s crucial that we are actively educating voters in Senate District 41 about the fact that Democratic candidate Steve Siegel is adamantly refusing to tell gun owners where he stands as he runs against Senator Mark Chelgren, who has surveyed and voted 100% pro-gun.

Siegel is trying hide this fact from the voters – and we need to inform them!

Ottumwa radio station KBIZ is where we need to run these spots to make sure gun owners know that Steve Siegel is hiding his stance on the 2nd Amendment from the voters. At $25.10 per ad, I desperately need to raise $1,029.10 to fund the 41 spots that we need to run.

All told, I’m hoping to raise $5,349.10.

Can you help out? We simply must run these programs so that pro-gun voters know where the candidates stand when it comes to their gun rights!

Listen to the ad below – make sure your speakers are turned up.


At an average cost of $37.70, you can invest directly in the gun rights fight here in Iowa at any level you choose!

$188.50 will allow me to place five ads rights away.

For $113.10, I can purchase three ads.

Even $37.70 will still enable me to place one key ad in one of these critical races
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And if you want to place ten ads, which will allow me to get these ads running in all of the districts I mentioned above, that can be done for just $377!

I hope you’ll help out right away, knowing that your donation will be put to immediate use in targeted districts where you can know they are doing the most good.

Whatever you can do, please do it right away!

For Freedom,


Aaron Dorr
Executive Director


P.S. Anti-gun legislators and candidates are going all out trying to keep their anti-gun votes a secret from the voters in their districts.

They know that if the truth came out about their records, that gun owners would be sure to tell their friends as the fall election approaches.

Perhaps no one is trying to run from his record harder that Senator Daryl Beall in Senate District 5 (Fort Dodge and surrounding counties).

His votes against Constitutional Carry and his work at promoting Michael Bloomberg’s Universal Registration legislation need to be exposed!

That’s why Iowa Gun Owners has unveiled the ad below and has it running, beginning today, all week on WHO radio in Des Moines.


 

There are at least 3 more districts where it’s absolutely crucial that we inform gun owners about where the candidates stand. But I simply don’t have the budget to run the ads in all of these races right now.

At an average cost of $37.70 per ad, you can invest directly into the gun rights fight in Iowa!

$188.50 will allow me to place five ads rights away, $113.10 will purchase three ads, and $37.70 will still enable me to place one key ad in one of these critical races right away
.

I hope you’ll help me right away, knowing that your money is going to this fight right here in Iowa!

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