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    Default HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate


    Passes Senate 45-4 Oct 14, 2010


    To everyone that made phone calls, sent faxes and emails along with those that traveled to Harrisburg to be a apart of the A-Team at any of our rallies & interactive legislative lobbying events over the last 6 years


    A big thank you
    From Kim Stolfer ACSL / FOAC and WF

    As a wrap up of what just happened in senate since the house passage of HB 40 with its 159-38 vote on Oct 5

    The senate after much deliberation decided to amend castle doctrine to HB 1926 “Megan’s law”.

    Which was not the best case scenario outcome we had hoped.



    we got 2nd Choice Scenario: HB 1926 is amended on the floor of the Senate with SB 842 (Senate version of HB 40) and then sent back to the House for concurrence vote IF the House comes back for a sine die session in November (they are out till after the election).

    Here is the schedule House days left in this session unless the leader of house call them back in for a special session

    November 8, 9, 10, 15, and 16

    We have a little more for everyone to do.

    We have the hand we have been dealt to play so we now have to once again bug the house details soon to follow till then for a concurrence vote on the governor's desk for signature.


    Please THANK ALL 45 senators that voted FOR passage of HB 1926 (which Castle Doctrine is now a part of) on its 3rd consideration Today Oct 14 with a 45-4 final vote




    list soon to come soon of everyone to thank in senate

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    MORE TO COME ON A -TEAM INTERACTIVE LOBBYING EVENT NEXT WEEK TILL THEN HERE IS BASIC OUTLINE JUST WAITING FOR DATE

    We are tentatively going to be there about 9 a.m. time frame, on CLASSIFIED. The event will last to at least 3 p.m. and maybe as late as 6pm. If you have to leave before that or you can’t be there that early or arrive late we will try to accommodate you the best we can using cell phones to coordinate.

    We will meet up just outside the security check point where you check your firearms. It’s the South entrance at the rear of the Capitol Building by the big water fountain off Commonwealth Ave.

    If you come in the main entrance (with all the steps) on North 3rd street, you can NOT check firearms here. If you don’t have a firearm you can come in that way and make your way through the building to Commonwealth Ave entrance.

    There are several nearby parking garages convenient to the capitol building beginning with the glass one off of N 2nd street off of Locust St. by the river. Another parking garage is off the intersection of Forster St &N 7th street by railroad tracks. There are also all kinds of parking meters & other places to park around the capital complex.

    What we also ask is that you dress in business casual attire with comfortable dress shoes as we will be walking all over the capital complex. The point is to make what we say and information we present the focus of what the Reps will remember not how we dress or looked. It is important to dress appropriately for these events so that we leave a positive impression. I am personally uncomfortable with ties and dress shoes, we all should do what is required for the larger goal. Always dress to impress and you can't go wrong.
    http://www.harrisburgparking.org/ CLICK FOR MAP!


    here is the Senate countdown clock with ONLY in session 3 Days remaining for passage in senate.... If HB 40 is not passed in the senate. its start over from the beginning in next session.

    Monday Oct 11 is holiday (columbus day) and post offices & government building are shut down that day so no mail or phone calls will get through - Faxes still work

    Tues Oct 12, 2010 senate in session - scheduled for a vote in Judiciary Committee contact senators now
    Wed Oct 13, 2010 senate in session
    Thur Oct 14, 2010 senate in session - Last day for passage


    This effort is for an ALL out Activism effort with contacting the senators, and implementing a open to attend lobbying day at the capitial.

    IF you want HB 40 passed into law do your part to support the cause by contacting all the senators.


    Your letters can complex or as simple as you need to get your message across.

    BTW the way this is not a firearms bill, it’s a self defense bill its doesn’t change anything about the legality or justification of what, when or why its legal to use defense in current existing law, just removes you having to be able to prove to the DA satisfaction that you couldn’t retreat first in complete safety anywhere you are attacked by the bad guys to be able to defend yourself or others

    If you want to more than just sending Faxes, calling & emails.

    You can become part of the A-Team (A =Activist) with lots of people that are wlling and able when we go to Harrisburg to help personally lobby the Senators for HB 40 passage. Send renegadephoenix or me PM to get max warning of the date and join the A-Team in action

    Kim Stolfer (PAFOA name "Activist") will make the call which day the A-team is going into action based on when we are needed the most. You are all welcome to attend and work with US see post #1 in this thread for more info




    Oct 8 UPDATE 3:51PM
    Guys,

    Just got the word - HB 40 just scheduled for Tuesday Oct 12 meeting of the Judiciary Committee off the floor!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Now the fun begins!!

    Kim Stolfer
    Here what we are hoping for clean Judiciary committee vote on Tues
    Wed 2nd consideration - keeping HB 40 a clean bill with NO amendments (debates won't hurt us only amendments)
    Thursday (last day) getting a up or down vote IF kept a clean HB 40 it would be on the governor's desk the week after (before election day) which puts him in between a rock and political hard spot.

    veto = sides with criminals instead of more legal protection for the Citizens




    This effort is for an ALL out Activism effort with contacting the senators, planning and implementing a open to attend lobbying day at the capitial.

    This is a work in progress and will be updated with new information as it becomes available


    Quote Originally Posted by Activist View Post
    Friends, Oct 6, 2010


    I just spent the day talking to certain Senators

    This is the plan of action right now (unless the Senate makes changes between now and then):

    Best Case Scenario: HB 40 needs to be expedited through the Judiciary Committee and released to the floor of the Senate-unamended on the 12th of October. This would be the first reading. Then the second reading would be on Wednesday and the third and final passage would be on Thursday.

    2nd Choice Scenario: HB 1926 is amended on the floor of the Senate with SB 842 (Senate version of HB 40) and then sent back to the House for concurrence vote IF the House comes back for a sine die session in November (they are out till after the election). I am told that the Senate has amended HB 1926 with what may be controversial amendments in the House and that could give the Philadelphia legislators the leverage to kill this whole deal.

    I am told that Senator Pileggi is ‘uncomfortable’ (politically speaking) with running HB 40 as a stand alone bill. The success of this is really up to us to put a 'huge' amount of pressure on the Senate to run a clean bill (HB 40) just like the House did. I have already spoken to three Senators directly and they are on board with this effort to expedite the passage of HB 40 and put it on Rendell’s desk.

    Action Request: The Senator’s to contact are Senator Scarnati, Senator Pileggi, Senator Greenleaf (Judiciary) and each gun owner’s own Senator. Then the rest of them as their time permits. E-mail is far less effective (if at all) in the State Senate so phone calls, faxes, and direct mail are the order of the day.

    I have also attached a letter from Senator Orie that shows her advocating for passage. Please feel free to use this with your Senators as this letter is NOT private information.

    PLEASE let me know if you have ANY questions or anything in here is not clear.

    Kim Stolfer, Chairman
    FOAC
    Legislative Chairman
    ACSL
    http://forum.pafoa.org/1359580-post-104.html
    Link to Senator Orie letter please ask you senator to write a similar one

    Senate is ONLY in session 3 days next week and that it for this session
    Oct 12-Oct 14

    Now most people in the senate doesn’t operate like the house Reps do with MOST senators not using their emails accounts like the house. If you think a house Rep blew you off, you in a for a surprise with the senate lots are less responsive to emails.

    This is the big money players in the senate……To get RESULTS we have to switch tactics to get our message to the senators to take action. This means snail mail and faxes and since most computers can reconfigure emails to faxes (above my pay grade to explain how)

    Besides some of the senators don’t use their emails and rather than just be ignored

    Why should you send a snail mail letter or a fax?

    Sending a snail mail letter or a fax creates a physical presence that an electronic email form doesn’t on a senator’s desk.

    We all been known ignore emails, love it or hate when you go to your mail box and its full of mail you are forced to pay attention to the mail is some form and when it stacks up on a senators desk its tough to just blow off.

    Also snail mail letter (fax) is much more effective to get you point across than just calling a staffer and hoping the staffer relays your message to the senator or any elected official.


    it cost .44 cents to snail mail a letter x 49 senators = 21.56 its cheaper than that because some will respond to our emails….Still is your rights worth this much?

    Your letters can complex or as simple as you need to get your message across.

    BTW the way this is not a firearms bill, it’s a self defense bill its doesn’t change anything about the legality or justification of what, when or why its legal to use defense in current existing law, just removes you having to be able to prove to the DA satisfaction that you couldn’t retreat first in complete safety anywhere you are attacked by the bad guys to be able to defend yourself or others

    If you want to more than just writting letters, calling sending Fax email & call.

    You can become part of the A-Team (A =Activist) with lots of people that are wlling and able when we go to Harrisburg to help personally lobby the Senators for HB 40 passage. Send me a PM to get max warning of the date and join the A-Team

    Kim Stolfer (PAFOA name "Activist") will make the call which day the A-team is going into action you are all welcome to attend and work with US see post #1 in this thread[/COLOR]



    update OCT 8, 2010




    Quote Originally Posted by renegadephoenix View Post
    CRITICAL FIRE MISSION!!!


    As of right now House Bill 40 is NOT on the schedule of the Senate Judiciary Committee for next Tuesday. PLEASE CONTACT Senators Scarnati, Pileggi, Greenleaf, Leach, Earll, and Fontana. Urge them to Pass HB 40 ‘Out of Committee’ on Tuesday 10-12-2010 and bring it to a Full Senate Vote. We want this as a clean Bill, No Amendments and No Motions at all.

    Contact Senators Scarnati, Browne, Gordner, Orie, Piccola, Rafferty, Boscola, and Alloway to thank them for their support and to ask them to write a letter to, or otherwise encourage, Senator Greenleaf to move HB 40 out of Committee for a full Senate vote on Tuesday 10-12-2010.

    Contact Senators Costa and Mary Jo White, asking for their support in encouraging the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee (Greenleaf) to move HB 40 out of Committee on 10-12-2010 and to the Senate Floor.
    NEWER Oct 8 UPDATE 3:51PM Seems like everyone doing your part contacting the senators has had an effect.. Keep your finger crossed we get our up or down straight vote on HB 40 with no amendments on Tuesday Oct 12
    Guys,


    Just got the word - HB 40 just scheduled for Tuesday meeting of the Judiciary Committee off the floor!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Now the fun begins!!


    Kim Stolfer

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    Last edited by WhiteFeather; October 11th, 2010 at 08:39 AM.

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    Here is current list of sponsor of HB 40 sister version in senate SB 842. Don't be confused SB 842 is dead in the water because of senator Greenleaf in the senate judiarcy committee refusing to give it a vote there was several past posting about this in other thread on HB 40 asking why not

    CURRENT SPONSORS WE have 33 out of 50 some are more supporter than others on this list. Your mission IF you choose to accept is to make this more important to them

    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...type=B&BN=0842


    ALLOWAY, SCARNATI, KASUNIC, ROBBINS, EICHELBERGER, BROWNE, FOLMER, PIPPY, RAFFERTY, VOGEL, WOZNIAK, WONDERLING, BOSCOLA, ORIE, BAKER, D. WHITE, WAUGH, PILEGGI, BRUBAKER, ARGALL, PICCOLA, SMUCKER, McILHINNEY, CORMAN, TOMLINSON, YAW, WARD, STOUT, MUSTO, LOGAN, STACK, DINNIMAN and MENSCH

    Senator's Alloway, Pippy & Orie you really don't have to bug everyone else can use the extra attention on this list Senator Logan resigned from Office so don't Even waste your time contact

    See Kadar reposting on my past one to see who needs contacted the most.


    These Senators here typical vote to protect your rights and are not current sponsors to the "castle doctrine" in the senate.

    When we finally get a Vote in the senate because You have done your part to contact them expressing your views they will Vote for passage of HB 40 as a CLEAN BILL with no amendments .

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Delaware – R

    Senator Edwin Erickson
    eerickson@pasen.gov
    281 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203026
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3026
    H-Phone (717) 787-1350
    H-Fax (717) 787-0196

    Senator Edwin Erickson
    Local District office
    5037 Township Line Rd.
    Drexel Hill PA 19026
    D-Phone

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Allegheny - D

    Senator Jim Ferlo
    ferlo@pasenate.com
    535 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203038
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3026
    H-Phone (717) 787-6123
    H-Fax (717) 787-6123

    Senator Jim Ferlo
    Local District office


    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Northumberland

    Senator John Gordner - - Judiciary
    jgordner@pasen.gov
    351 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203027
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3026
    H-Phone (717) 787-8928
    H-Fax (717) 787-9715

    Senator John Gordner - - Judiciary
    Local District office
    603 West Main Street
    Bloomsburg PA 17815

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Lackawanna

    Senator Robert Mellow
    mellow@pasenate.com
    535 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203022
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3022
    H-Phone (717) 787-6481
    H-Fax (717) 783-5198

    Senator Robert Mellow
    Local District office
    524 Main St., P.O. Box B
    Peckville PA 18452
    D-Phone (570) 383-2535

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Berks

    Senator Michael O'Pake
    opake@pasenate.com
    11 East Wing
    Senate Box 203011
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3011
    H-Phone (717) 787-8925
    H-Fax (717) 772-0578

    Senator Michael O'Pake
    Local District office
    1940 N 13th Street, Ste. 232
    Reading PA 19604

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Cumberland

    Senator Patricia Vance
    pvance@pasen.gov
    168 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203031
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3031
    H-Phone (717) 787-8524
    H-Fax (717) 772-0576

    Senator Patricia Vance
    Local District office
    3806 Market Street
    Camp Hill PA 17011
    D-Phone (717) 975-1985

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Venango

    Senator Mary JoWhite
    mwhite@pasen.gov
    169 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203021
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3021
    H-Phone (717) 787-9684
    H-Fax (717) 772-3459

    Senator Mary JoWhite - - Judiciary
    Local District office
    1140 Liberty Street
    Franklin PA 16323

    These senators (below) mostly vote against US but IF they are your senator contact them or IF they are on the Judiciary make sure your contact them and ask for their co sponsorship

    Allegheny
    Senator Jay Costa- - Judiciary
    costa@pasenate.com
    545 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203043
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3043
    H-Phone (717) 787-7683
    H-Fax (717) 783-5976

    Senator Jay Costa
    Local District office
    1501 Ardmore Blvd.
    Pittsburgh PA 15221-4401

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Erie
    Senator Jane Earll - - Judiciary
    jearll@pasen.gov
    177 Main Capitol
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3049
    H-Phone (717) 787-8927
    H-Fax (717) 772-1588

    Senator Jane Earll
    Local District office
    200 West 11th Street
    Erie PA 16501
    D-Phone (814) 453-2515
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Philadelphia
    Senator Lawrence Farnese
    Email classified (none)
    458 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203001
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3001
    H-Phone (717) 787-5662
    H-Fax (717) 787-4531

    Senator Lawrence Farnese
    Local District office
    419 S. Second Street | Suite 200
    Philadelphia PA 19147
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=


    Allegheny
    Senator Wayne Fontana - - Judiciary
    fontana@pasenate.com
    15 East Wing
    Senate Box 203042.
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3042
    H-Phone (717) 787-5300
    H-Fax (717) 772-5484

    Senator Wayne Fontana
    Local District office
    930 Brookline Boulevard
    Pittsburgh PA 15226-2106
    D-Phone (412) 344-2551
    D-Fax (412) 344-3400

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Montgomery
    Senator Stewart Greenleaf Chairman - - Judiciary
    sgreenleaf@pasen.gov
    19 East Wing
    Senate Box 203012
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3012
    H-Phone (717) 787-6599
    H-Fax (717) 783-7328

    Senator Stewart Greenleaf
    Local District office
    711 North York Rd.
    Willow Grove PA 19090
    D-Phone (215) 657-7700

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=



    Philadelphia
    Senator Vincent Hughes
    hughes@pasenate.com
    543 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203007
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3007
    H-Phone (717) 787-7112
    H-Fax (717) 772-0579

    Senator Vincent Hughes
    Local District office
    4601 Market St., First Floor
    Philadelphia PA 19139-4616

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=



    Philadelphia
    Senator Shirley Kitchen
    kitchen@pasenate.com
    463 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203003
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3003
    H-Phone (717) 787-6735
    H-Fax (717) 772-0581

    Senator Shirley Kitchen
    Local District office
    1701 West Lehigh Ave., Ste. 104
    Philadelphia PA 19132

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Montgomery
    Senator Daylin Leach - - Judiciary
    dleach@pasenate.com
    184 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203017
    Harrisburg PA 17120-3017
    H-Phone (717) 787-5544
    H-Fax (717) 783-2902

    Senator Daylin Leach
    Local District office
    601 S. Henderson Road | Suite 208
    King of Prussia PA 19406
    (610) 992-9790
    (610) 768-3104

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Philadelphia
    Senator Michael Stack - - Judiciary - SIGNED UP AS CO SPONSOR


    ++++++++++++++++++++++++=

    Philadelphia
    Senator Christine Tartaglione
    tartaglione@pasenate.com
    458 Main Capitol
    Senate Box 203002
    Harrisburg PA17120-3002
    H-Phone (717) 787-1141
    H-Fax (717) 772-2756

    Senator
    Local District office
    1059-61-63 Bridge Street
    Last edited by WhiteFeather; October 6th, 2010 at 01:33 PM. Reason: updating / correcting info

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    UNDER REPAIR

    THE FINAL GAME OVER clock starts at 9am PLEASE CALL
    IF you already called call everyone on the list........AGAIN

    ITS ALL OR NOTHING on Oct 12, Oct 13 , Oct 14 [/SIZE][/COLOR]

    HB 40 scheduled for Committee 10-12-2010

    Call and Fax these Senators urging them to support HB 40 and Vote for it WITHOUT Amendments or Motions.

    Contact Senators Scarnati, Pileggi, Greenleaf, Leach, Earll, Fontana, Costa and White



    Call and Fax these Senators Thanking them for their support, ask them to run HB40 as a Clean Bill

    Contact Senators Browne, Gordner, Orie, Piccola, Rafferty, Boscola, Stack and Alloway to thank them for their support and to ask them to write a letter to, or otherwise encourage, Senator Greenleaf to move HB 40 out of Committee for a full Senate vote on Tuesday 10-12-2010.


    If you want to be part of the A-TEAM going to Harrisburg with us, PM RenegadePhoenix or White Feather

    Want more detailed info go onto the first post in this thread its all spelled out there





    This link has the phone fax address of all senators
    http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...tors_alpha.cfm



    For Tuesday - Focus on your senator, members in leadership and Most of ALL contact Judiciary committee members in this thread here. Urge Judiciary Senators to keep HB 40 a CLEAN BILL with NO amendments

    http://forum.pafoa.org/1361302-post-180.html


    These senators are current sponsors to the senate version of HB 40 still we need you to contact them and urge them to whatever procedural moves that have to do to get HB 40 on the fast track for a Full senate vote on Oct 12-14, 2010



    Urgent Action Alert---Urgent Action Alert


    Right now the Pennsylvania Senate Republican caucus is deliberating over the castle doctrine legislation House Bill 40! They need to urgently hear from you by telephone and/or fax about where you stand on this legislation!

    Please! Please! Please! Contact two members of the Pennsylvania Senate, in particular – Senators Patricia Vance (Cumberland & York County area) & Mary Jo White (Butler County area) who are Republicans and reaffirm your commitment to our right to self-defense and then contact every other member of the Republican caucus with your calls of support!

    Please tell them that you want House Bill 40 “expedited through the Judiciary Committee and released to the floor of the Senate unamended”!!!

    It is critically important that you do this if you can and we know that this is a last-minute request but the fate of this legislation now rests in the hands of all of us!

    List of all Republican Senators and their contact information:

    Click On attachment on this thread

    http://forum.pafoa.org/1365181-post-323.html
    Last edited by WhiteFeather; October 14th, 2010 at 09:12 AM.

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    In regards to faxes:


    I've found that if I just want to send 1-2 faxes http://faxzero.com/ is an easy way. (to send 2 to the same number just add a 1(areacode) or (areacode)).

    It can also be a free alternative to easily send out mass faxes of the same thing. (I.E a pre-made letter that just needs a name typed in.)(If someone with better writing skills then myself want's to do something up.)

    If you have several emails / numbers that you are sending faxes to you can get quite a few out a day....

    The best part also is that you don't have to register to use it.

    There may also be other alternatives out there that I am un aware of.

    -Kieran

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    Ive gone to Harrisburg, Ive made the calls, Ive done the work I could do on this thing for a couple years now.

    Id be a lier if I told anyone I wasnt pretty burnt on the effort and had given up just a little inside.

    And so my thanks to those who kept up, who put in extra, who wouldnt back down or let up. For those who fought and fight the good fight for us all, I thank you.

    We are almost there now.

    Lets turn up the heat

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    I'll Quote myself:

    Quote Originally Posted by renegadephoenix View Post
    Time to bring the full weight of Pennsylvania Gun Owners to bear on the Senate!!!
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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    I have a fax and a cheap calling card.


    Any kind of a rough head count of supporters?

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    Here is a list from WhiteFeather that I added the Harrisburg office FAX to each:

    Senate Majority Leadership:

    Joseph Scarnati (R) , jscarnati@pasen.gov, (717) 787-7084 , Cameron, Clearfield *, Elk, Jefferson , McKean, Potter, Tioga, Warren* FAX: 717-772-2755
    President of the Senate - must contact


    Dominic Pileggi (R), dpileggi@pasen.gov, (717) 787-4712 , Chester *, Delaware * Fax: 717-783-7490
    Majority Floor Leader- must contact


    Mike Waugh (R), mwaugh@pasen.gov, (717) 787-3817 , York * Fax: 717-783-1900
    Majority Caucus Chair


    Jake Corman (R), jcorman@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1377 , Centre*, Juniata, Mifflin*, Perry, Union * Fax: (717) 772-3146
    Majority - Appropriations Committee Chair


    Usually Support Us
    Richard Alloway
    (R), alloway@pasen.gov, (717) 787-4651 , Adams, Franklin, York* Fax: 717-772-2753

    David Argall (R), dargall@pasen.gov, (717) 787-2637 , Schuylkill FAX: 717-783-8657

    Lisa Baker (R), lbaker@pasen.gov, (717) 787-7428 , Luzerne*, Monroe *, Pike, Susquehanna*, Wayne , Wyoming FAX: 717-787-9242

    Lisa Boscola (D) , boscola@pasenate.com, (717) 787-4236 , Lehigh*, Monroe *, Northampton * Fax: (717) 783-1257

    Patrick Browne (R), pbrowne@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1349 , Lehigh*, Monroe *, Northampton * FAX: 717-772-3458

    Michael Brubaker (R), mbrubaker@pasen.gov, (717) 787-4420 , Chester *, Lancaster * FAX: 717-783-3156

    Jake Corman (R), jcorman@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1377 , Centre*, Juniata, Mifflin*, Perry, Union * Fax: (717) 772-3146
    Majority - Appropriations Committee Chair

    Andrew Dinniman (D), andydinniman@pasenate.com, (717) 787-5709 , Chester *, Montgomery * Fax: 717.787.4384

    John Eichelberger (R), jeichelberger@pasen.gov, (717) 787-5490 , Bedford, Blair, Fulton, Huntingdon, Mifflin* Fax: 717-783-5192

    Mike Folmer (R) , mfolmer@pasen.gov, (717) 787-5708 , Berks*, Chester *, Dauphin*, Lancaster *, Lebanon Fax: 717-787-3455

    Richard Kasunic (D), rkasunic@pasenate.com, (717) 787-7175 , Fayette, Somerset *, Washington *, Westmoreland* Fax: 717-787-0195

    Charles McIlhinney (R), cmcilhinney@pasen.gov, (717) 787-7305 , Bucks*, Montgomery * FAX: 717-783-5962

    Raphael Musto (D), musto@pasenate.com, (717) 787-7105 , Carbon*, Luzerne*, Monroe * FAX: 717-783-4141

    Jane Orie (R), jorie@pasen.gov, (717) 787-6538 , Allegheny*, Butler * FAX: (717) 787-8625

    Jeffrey Piccola (R), jpiccola@pasen.gov, (717) 787-6801 , Dauphin*, York * Fax (717) 783-3722

    John Pippy (R), jpippy@pasen.gov, (717) 787-5839 , Allegheny*, Washington * FAX: 717-772-4437

    John Rafferty (R), jrafferty@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1398 , Berks*, Chester *, Montgomery * FAX: 717-783-4587

    Robert Robbins (R), rrobbins@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1322 , Butler *, Crawford, Lawrence*, Mercer FAX: 717-772-0577

    Lloyd Smucker (R), lsmucker@pasen.gov, (717) 787-6535 , Lancaster *, York * Fax: 717-772-5471

    Michael Stack (D), stack@pasenate.com, (717) 787-9608 , Philadelphia* Fax: 717.772.2162

    J. Barry Stout (D), stout@pasenate.com, (717) 787-1463 , Allegheny*, Beaver*, Greene , Washington * Fax: 717.772.2108

    Robert Tomlinson (R), rtomlinson@pasen.gov, (717) 787-5072 , Bucks* FAX: 717-772-2991

    Elder Vogel (R), Evogel@pasen.gov, (717) 787-3076 , Allegheny*, Beaver*, Lawrence * FAX: (717) 772-2756

    Kim Ward (R), kward@pasen.gov, (717) 787-6063 , Westmoreland* Fax (717) 772-0580

    Donald White (R), dwhite@pasen.gov, (717) 787-8724 , Armstrong*, Butler *, Clearfield *, Indiana, Westmoreland FAX: 717-772-1589

    John Wozniak (D) , wozniak@pasenate.com, (717) 787-5400 , Cambria, Centre*, Clearfield *, Clinton , Somerset * Fax: 717-772-0573

    Gene Yaw (R), gyaw@pasen.gov, (717) 787-3280 , Bradford, Lycoming, Sullivan, Susquehanna*, Union* FAX: 717-772-0575

    Batch Senator email address of ones that usually support us

    alloway@pasen.gov, dargall@pasen.gov, lbaker@pasen.gov, boscola@pasenate.com, pbrowne@pasen.gov, mbrubaker@pasen.gov, jcorman@pasen.gov, andydinniman@pasenate.com, jeichelberger@pasen.gov, mfolmer@pasen.gov rkasunic@pasenate.com, cmcilhinney@pasen.gov, musto@pasenate.com jorie@pasen.gov, jpiccola@pasen.gov, dpileggi@pasen.gov, jpippy@pasen.gov, jrafferty@pasen.gov, rrobbins@pasen.gov, jscarnati@pasen.gov, lsmucker@pasen.gov, stack@pasenate.com, stout@pasenate.com, rtomlinson@pasen.gov, Evogel@pasen.gov, kward@pasen.gov, mwaugh@pasen.gov, dwhite@pasen.gov, wozniak@pasenate.com, gyaw@pasen.gov,





    Senators that sometimes support our rights. (Focus on this list)

    Edwin Erickson (R), eerickson@pasen.gov, (717) 787-1350 , Chester *, Delaware * FAX: 717-787-0196

    Jim Ferlo (D), ferlo@pasenate.com, (717) 787-6123 , Allegheny*, Armstrong*, Westmoreland* FAX: (717) 772-3695

    John Gordner (R), jgordner@pasen.gov, (717) 787-8928 , Columbia , Dauphin*, Luzerne*, Montour, Northumberland, Snyder FAX: 717-787-9715

    Robert Mellow (D), mellow@pasenate.com, (717) 787-6481 , Lackawanna , Luzerne*, Monroe * FAX: (717) 772-2162
    Minority Floor Leader- must contact

    Bob Mensch (R), bmensch@pasen.gov, (717) 787-3110 , Bucks*, Lehigh*, Montgomery *, Northampton * FAX (717) 787-8004

    Michael O'Pake (D), opake@pasenate.com, (717) 787-8925 , Berks* Fax: (717) 772-0578

    Patricia Vance (R), pvance@pasen.gov, (717) 787-8524 , Cumberland , York * FAX: 717-772-0576

    Mary White (R), mwhite@pasen.gov, (717) 787-9684 , Butler *, Clarion, Erie *, Forest , Venango, Warren* FAX: (717) 787-6088



    Batch Senator email address of ‘sometimes’ Pro-Gun

    eerickson@pasen.gov, ferlo@pasenate.com, jgordner@pasen.gov, mellow@pasenate.com, bmensch@pasen.gov, opake@pasenate.com, pvance@pasen.gov, mwhite@pasen.gov,









    Senators that DON’T support our rights.


    Jay Costa (D), costa@pasenate.com, (717) 787-7683 , Allegheny* Fax: (717) 783-5976
    Minority - Appropriations Committee Chair

    Jane Earll (R), jearll@pasen.gov, (717) 787-8927 , Erie * FAX: 717-772-1588

    Lawrence Farnese (D), NONE , (717) 787-5662 , Philadelphia*| Fax: 717-787-4531

    Wayne Fontana (S), fontana@pasenate.com, (717) 787-5300 , Allegheny* FAX: 717-772-5484

    Stewart Greenleaf (R), sgreenleaf@pasen.gov, (717) 787-6599 , Bucks*, Montgomery * FAX: (717) 783-7328
    Judiciary Majority Chair

    Vincent Hughes (D), hughes@pasenate.com, (717) 787-7112 , Montgomery*, Philadelphia * | Fax: 717.772.0579
    Minority Caucus Chair

    Shirley Kitchen (D), kitchen@pasenate.com, (717) 787-6735 , Philadelphia* Fax: 717-772-0581

    Daylin Leach (D), dleach@pasenate.com, (717) 787-5544 , Delaware *, Montgomery * Fax: (717) 705-7741
    Judiciary Minority Chair

    Christine Tartaglione (D), tartaglione@pasenate.com, (717) 787-1141 , Philadelphia* Fax: (717) 787-7439

    LeAnna Washington (D), washington@pasenate.com, (717) 787-1427 , Montgomery*, Philadelphia * FAX: (717) 772-0572

    Anthony Williams (D), williams@pasenate.com, (717) 787-5970 , Delaware *, Philadelphia * Fax: (717) 772-0574

    Batch Senator email address of DON’T support our rights.
    costa@pasenate.com, jearll@pasen.gov, fontana@pasenate.com, sgreenleaf@pasen.gov, hughes@pasenate.com, kitchen@pasenate.com, dleach@pasenate.com, tartaglione@pasenate.com, washington@pasenate.com,
    williams@pasenate.com
    Last edited by kadar; October 6th, 2010 at 05:21 PM.
    The 2A does not GIVE us the right. It tells the gov they can not INFRINGE our right.

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    Default Re: HB 40 Race to the finish line in the Senate

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn.L View Post
    Ive gone to Harrisburg, Ive made the calls, Ive done the work I could do on this thing for a couple years now.

    Id be a lier if I told anyone I wasnt pretty burnt on the effort and had given up just a little inside.

    And so my thanks to those who kept up, who put in extra, who wouldnt back down or let up. For those who fought and fight the good fight for us all, I thank you.

    We are almost there now.

    Lets turn up the heat
    You have been doing this for quite some time, and I only just started recently. I can't make the cross state trips. But, I can work the emails, the phones, faxes, and just about anything else. I would tell you that I will help, so you can slack off. But, you can keep it up for a few more days.

    Give me a list of who to call/email/fax, and I'll do my part.
    I'm so fast, I can bump fire a bolt action.

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