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Thread: Sacremento Bee - Concealed-weapons issue dominates El Dorado sheriff's race

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    Article highlights issue of concealed handgun permit issing policy in the Sacremento Sheriff's election.

    Is there a California grass roots group which focusses on this election issue around the state in the various Sheriff race?

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    http://www.sacbee.com/2010/04/11/266...dominates.html



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    Mike wrote:
    Article highlights issue of concealed handgun permit issing policy in the El Dorado County Sheriff's election.

    Is there a California grass roots group which focusses on this election issue around the state in the various Sheriff race?

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    http://www.sacbee.com/2010/04/11/266...dominates.html

    Got it right in the thread title, but just wanted to make sure there was no confusion. The article is from a Sac newspaper, but is about the neighboring El Dorado county election.
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    "Hennick, a 32-year deputy and most outspoken candidate on this issue, likes to use two short phrases: "U.S. citizen" and "apply and receive.""

    He'd get my vote, and I'd happily move to El Dorado county even with a commute from hell.

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    http://www.thereporter.com/letters/ci_14863069

    Looks like open carry interest is continuing to spread to the north.

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