This is a friendly reminder asking you to, just once more, this week, phone & email NC House leadership. It looks like the legislators will be ducking out later today, so. . . 




Need Some Motivation? 

Click here, or the image below, to see a video that strikes a chord regarding the Super Majority NC Republicans currently enjoy, thanks in large part to gun owners like you: 



Video: Arkansas Times (YouTube)


Please phone House leaders
as close to 8:00 AM as possible



If you can't call them at 8:00, please call them as soon as you can afterwards. Before lunch would be best, if possible. If you are sent to voice-mail, leave a message. Use the phone script below. Please email them as well (also below).



It remains critical that House leaders understand that gun owners will not accept failure on these bills. We are well aware that leadership has the influence and resources necessary to move these bills toward passage, and we saw evidence of that on Monday night, with HB 174.


Insist on Constitutional Carry

Insist on Campus Carry
Insist on PPP Repeal

See below for contact information and phone/email text so you can keep the pressure on.

Click here to have a look at Monday's original alert on this topic.




  • PHONE & EMAIL NC HOUSE LEADERSHIP. For the daily emails, use the copy/paste email list provided below under ‘Contacts’, and the copy/paste message provided under ‘Deliver This Message’.

    You’ll also find a ‘Phone Message’ below that you can use to deliver your message to the legislative offices.

    (Depending on House activity, the messages may change from day-to-day. GRNC will keep you posted). 


Copy/Paste email list for NC House Leadership:;;;;;

Phone Numbers for NC House Leadership:

Rep. Name Phone Number
Speaker Tim Moore (919) 733-3451
Maj. Leader John Bell (919) 715-3017
Rep. Ted Davis (919) 733-5786
Rep. Hugh Blackwell (919) 733-5805
Rep. Justin Burr (919) 733-5908
Rep. David Lewis (919) 715-3015


Hello, I’m a North Carolina gun rights voter, and I'm calling  to insist that House leadership do whatever it takes to get the marquee gun bills, such as Constitutional Carry, Campus Carry, and Pistol Permit Repeal, to the floor for a vote. 
It is voters like me who have given Republicans a Super Majority, and we did it for a reason. Supporting gun rights from the campaign trail is one thing, but now is the time to be  gun rights hero and act on those promises. There are no excuses, and we're watching very closely. 
Failure to pass these important, pro-gun bills will be seen as a failure of House leadership. Let's not allow failure to be an option. Thank you.  



Suggested Email Subject:
"Failure is Not an Option: Bring Marquee Gun Bills to the Floor"


Dear Representative:


I am writing today to remind you that the clock is still ticking, and since Monday, there hasn't been a single marquee gun bill brought to the floor for a vote.


NC gun rights voters have given your party the Super Majority for a reason. Pro-gun campaign rhetoric is all well and good, but now it's time to live up to those promises. I insist that you follow through, not only on the smaller bills, but also, and especially, on  the marquee bills listed below:

  • Constitutional Carry (H69 and H201)
  • Concealed carry on UNC and community college campuses by CHP-holders (H251)
  • The Omnibus Firearms Bill (H345)
  • Concealed Handgun Standardization Act (H438)
  • Elimination of the Jim Crow-era PPP system (H201)
Your pro-gun voting base is watching. They know that, with the Super Majority you enjoy, there are no excuses. We expect you to immediately shepherd these pro-Second Amendment bills through committee and on to the House floor for a vote. I know that House leaders have the authority to make this happen, and failure will not be accepted.

I will continue to monitor your actions on this matter through alerts from Grass Roots North Carolina.







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