Lucky Gunner, an online ammunition retailer, was recently awarded a $111,971.10 judgement against the Brady Center. Lucky Gunner has graciously offered to distribute the money they receive to pro-rights organizations based on the percentage of votes cast by supporters. Voting will run through August 1.

To show your support for AzCDL, all you need to do is visit the Lucky Gunner polling page, click on the circle next to the Arizona Citizens Defense League (#2 on the alphabetical listing), then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the “Submit Your Vote” button. You do not need to sign in, create an account, leave any personal information, or make any donation.

Voting will end on August 1. Please note that the voting results are not displayed instantaneously. However, they are updated several times a week.

We have a tough fight ahead of us. In 2014, Bloomberg pushed through a ballot measure in Washington that classified handing a gun to someone else as a crime unless all your information was first turned over to a federally licensed dealer. A few weeks ago, the Oregon legislature passed a similar bill that their Governor quickly signed. In Nevada, Bloomberg was successful in qualifying a basically identical gun owner registration scheme for the 2016 ballot. Here in Arizona, Bloomberg’s Everytown For Gun Safety was influential in defeating AzCDL-requested legislation during the 2015 session that would have thwarted their plans. They will be back with a vengeance in 2016, this time on the offensive with a ballot measure targeting your rights. Your vote in this contest will help us fight the coming battles.